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If you have been charged with a felony, you could be facing fines, court costs, community service, and time in jail or prison. A felony conviction can change your life going forward and can prevent you from being able to live where you choose and obtain the job that you want.
Never plead guilty to a felony without talking to a lawyer. If you have been accused of a felony offense, schedule a consultation right away to speak to an attorney. An attorney may be able to obtain a dismissal or not guilty verdict, or get charges reduced to minimize the consequences for your future.
Avery Law Office represents individuals charged with all types of felony offenses including the following:
If you are facing a felony charge in Arkansas, the penalty you are facing will depend on the seriousness level of the charge. Following are the classifications and penalty ranges of felonies in Arkansas:
If you were previously convicted of 2 or more felonies in any state, you may be charged as a "habitual offender" and may face a lengthier prison sentence.
If police have asked to speak with you, don't give up your rights. Never speak to the police about a crime without first consulting an experienced defense lawyer. The police are not your friends when it comes to a criminal investigation. Even if you are innocent, don't give up your rights and speak to law enforcement without a lawyer present.
Probation is a penalty that you may be offered in exchange for a guilty plea, especially if you are a first-time offender. If you are sentenced to probation, you will be required to regularly meet with a probation officer and submit to the following:
If your probation is revoked, you could be facing the same sentence that you were facing for the original charge. Your probation may be revoked for commission of a new offense or failure to abide by all the conditions of your probation.
Do you have questions about fighting a criminal charge in Arkansas? Laura Avery is an experienced defense attorney who will work hard to obtain the best possible outcome in every case. Call (501) 725-1100 to schedule a consultation today or fill out our online form.
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