A highly offensive crime, felony can take the form of armed robbery, rape, terrorism, murder, kidnapping, and arson. Unlike a misdemeanor such as a petty theft, a felony can cause both physical and emotional damage. With this in mind, it is important to understand the outcome that will cumulate from a felony.
These egregious crimes face higher penalties compared to other misdemeanor charges. Just the same, the consequences of a felony extend to after the conviction, and result to negative life alterations. Unfortunately, a person charged with a felony will most likely end up losing civil, social and political rights.
If you, or a loved one is convicted of a felony, then you should hire an attorney who is highly experienced with felony convictions, and understands the severity of the case enough to ensure you maximum safeguards. Our team at Suarez & Montero is experienced enough with felony convictions to insure your basic rights after sentencing.