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Florida Criminal Defense Lawyers
You have been arrested or are under investigation for a felony offense? You may be asking yourself, what can I do now? Am I going to go to prison for several years or for the rest of my life?
Finebloom & Haenel, P.A. is a Florida criminal defense law firm with experience in defending felony charges and offenses throughout Tampa, Sarasota, Pinellas, Charlotte, Polk and the surrounding areas. Our skilled felony defense team of lawyers includes former state attorneys and public defenders who have now dedicated their professional careers to defending the rights of people who have been accused of a crime. Our attorneys’ diverse backgrounds have enabled them to take on cases and find success in situations where another less experienced attorney may have failed.
We understand that your future is at stake. We understand the fear and frustration that you are going through, and every member of our firm is serious about aggressive representation on your felony charge. With any felony charge, although there may not be a minimum period of incarceration, even the most minor of charges could result in up to 5 years in state prison. For more severe felonies, you will face 15, 30 years or even the rest of your life in state prison. A capital felony offense carries the death sentence. Our lawyers and staff understand that when we defend a felony case, we are dealing with your very freedom, your happiness, and often your very life.
Felony Offenses in Florida
Felony offenses in Florida include murder, manslaughter, hit & run, sex crimes, assault & battery and grand theft, to name a few. A felony is defined by the possible sentence it carries, which is could be start at up to 5 years in state prison. This is differentiated from the lesser crime of a misdemeanor, which carries a sentence of no more than 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. A felony conviction will not only affect your freedom, it will affect your reputation and your personal and business relationships. It may prevent you from obtaining a job or even hamper your ability to find housing.
If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a felony offense in Florida, get in touch with a skilled criminal defense lawyer immediately – and protect your rights.
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