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There are a number of different crimes which may be considered felonies in the state of California. If you are facing any felony charges, it is possible that you are facing the possibility for incarceration, as well as serious fines. These are serious charges that need to be cared for by a qualified felony attorney. When you contact Williams & Javellana, LLP, you can be certain that we will look into the felony charges and will do what is necessary to defend you aggressively. If possible, he will even defend your case to the point of having the charges dropped completely.
Three Types of Felony Law
There are 3 different types of crimes that are classified in the state of California. Felonies are the most serious of those crimes, followed by misdemeanors and then infractions. Some of the more serious felonies can include lengthy imprisonment and even receiving the death penalty. Of course, there are differences in the types of punishments that are available for felony charges, depending upon the crime that was committed. What are some of the considerations for these types of charges?
Some of the felony offenses in the state of California are known as straight felonies. These are crimes that only have the possibility of being charged and sentenced as a felony crime. Included in these charges are some of the most serious types of crimes that can be committed in the state of California, including murder, rape and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell it.
Another type of felony crime is known as wobblers. These types of crimes can be charged either as a felony or as a misdemeanor. There are usually circumstances which would identify how it would be charged in a court of law. In some cases, the existence of a prior criminal history may be a factor and the facts of the case are also going to be considered under the felony law. Some of the types of crimes which may be considered wobblers include inflicting Corporal injury to a cohabitant or spouse and forgery.
Most convictions of a felony arrest will not only include the possibility for incarceration, it will also include probation or parole. In some cases, you may be placed on felony probation when you are sentenced but if prison time is included in your punishment, you may be on parole once you are released from prison. These laws are in place to ensure that you follow any conditions that are imposed by the court, following the time that you were sentenced.
Even if you have been charged with felony charges, there is a possibility that you can be defended successfully. That is why it is very important for you to contact Williams & Javellana, LLP as soon as possible, so that the specifics of your case can be considered. We will look into the possibility of reducing the conviction to a misdemeanor or if possible, having it removed altogether.
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California June 20, 2015