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Orlando Felonies Lawyer

Attorny O'MaraFelony crimes are the most serious offenses that a person can be charged with in Florida and being accused of a felony is not something that should be taken lightly. Convictions for felony crimes come with lengthy prison sentences, heavy fines, and will change your life permanently. It can affect your family, livelihood, and professional reputation. At the O’Mara Law Group, our Orlando felonies lawyers are  board-certified criminal trial lawyers with decades of combined experience in criminal defense work. We handle even the most difficult felony cases and are prepared to zealously advocate for your defense and freedom.

Providing Defense Against State and Federal Felony Charges

With former prosecutors on our team, we understand the techniques and strategies used by the federal authorities and state authorities as well as how to best defend against them. We are able to build the strongest case to protect our clients and defend them against any felony charge. Some of the felony charges we defend on behalf of our clients include the following:

Consequences of a Felony Crime Conviction

The consequences of a felony conviction are serious and can be life altering for you and your family. Florida law divides felony offenses into multiple categories, depending on the type of offense and seriousness of the charge. Felony crimes are split into capital, life, first, second, and third degree offenses. Capital and life felonies are the most serious charges, and they come with the most serious penalties. Capital crimes are punishable with the death penalty, and life felonies are penalized with up to life in prison and a fine up to $15,000.

First degree felony crimes are punishable with up to thirty years in prison and a fine up to $10,000. Second degree felonies are penalized with up to fifteen years in prison and a fine up to $10,000, and a third degree felony conviction comes with up to five years in prison and a fine up to $5,000. In addition, conviction for any felony offense comes with a criminal record that is publicly available and will be seen on any background check for a job or home. Felony convictions also restrict your right to vote, hold public office, or own a firearm. Don’t take any chances with your freedom and call an experienced criminal defense attorney today.

Do Not Hesitate to Call

Call or contact the O’Mara Law Group today to get our experienced and highly qualified Orlando felony defense lawyers on your side. We promise to provide you with an honest assessment of your case, outline the next steps in the criminal process, and give you the possible outcomes for your case. Do not take a chance with your freedom, and do not hesitate to call.

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