Felony Defense

The Law Office of Jeffrey Rich, Tampa Felony Defense Attorneys

If you are convicted of a felony in Florida, many of your basic rights will be compromised. Choosing the right felony defense attorney to stand up to Florida’s most strict, hardened prosecutors gives you a fighting chance.

Protect Your Rights With the Help of An Accomplished Felony Defense Attorney

If you’ve been charged with a felony in Tampa, FL, it’s essential you seek representation from an experienced, aggressive attorney.

Proper felony defense executed by a criminal lawyer that has what it takes is crucial to protecting your rights as a citizen. If convicted of a felony, you risk losing your eligibility for a number of employment opportunities, professional licenses and basic rights. In Florida, convicted felons lose many basic civil rights including the right to own a firearm, the right to serve on a jury, run for office, and even the right to vote.

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 Defense Against Drug Charges and Other Felony Offenses

People make mistakes. Something as simple as marijuana possession or a Florida drug charge should not lead to the loss of voting rights and employment opportunities. Whether you’re facing drug charges or another serious felony offense, The Law Office of Jeffrey Rich will advocate for your defense and protect your rights in the face of Tampa, Florida’s toughest prosecutors.

The state of Florida saves its toughest, most decorated prosecutors to handle felony cases. Choose a felony defense attorney with the knowledge, dedication and experience to stand up to these prosecutors.

Make sure to hire a defense lawyer that not only knows the legal implications of the charges against you, but the practical consequences as well.

A felony is a crime that is punishable by the possibility of more than one year imprisonment in the Florida Department of Corrections; the maximum possible sentence is determined by the degree of the felony.

MAXIMUM FELONY SENTENCES

  • Capital Felony: Death or Life Imprisonment without Parole
  • Life Felony:  Life in Prison
  • Felony in the First Degree: 30 years
  • Felony in the Second Degree: Up to 15 years
  • Felony in the Third Degree: Up to 5 years

Contact our Tampa felony defense attorney’s office now for a free consultation at 813-251-3330.  We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.