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Strong Help Against Felony Charges

Any criminal matter is a serious one, but this is especially true when felony charges are involved. In Virginia, as in other states, a felony charge can mean lengthy prison sentences and heavy fines for those convicted. What’s more, a felony conviction can substantially compromise an individual’s future educational and employment opportunities as well as strip them of basic rights such as their right to vote, hold public office, sit on a jury or even own a firearm.

If you are facing felony charges in the Commonwealth of Virginia and don’t know where to turn, pick up the phone and call B.R. Hicks, PC, to speak with an aggressive criminal defense attorney today. With a background in law enforcement and a track record of success on behalf of his clients, he has the expertise and attitude you need to help you fight your charges.

No matter how dire your circumstances may seem to be, don’t assume all is lost until you talk to him. Call his Fairfax County office today to schedule a consultation with Mr. Hicks, an experienced, capable and award-winning Virginia felony lawyer.

How Felonies Are Classified In The Commonwealth Of Virginia

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, felonies are divided into six classes according to the relative severity of the crimes involved. The most serious, of course, are Class 1, capital offenses. Class 6 felonies, on the other hand, are punishable by prison sentences between one and five years, or jail sentences of up to 12 months and/or fines of up to $2,500. Although you should certainly speak to a felony crimes attorney to learn more about how the law may apply in your own case, keep in mind that any felony conviction, regardless of the crime involved, is likely to have significant consequences on a person’s life, both in the short term and for many years to come.

When Felonies Become Federal Crimes

Many crimes that would be prosecuted as felonies under state law are prosecuted as federal crimes if they occurred on federal territory, including the Pentagon, Fort Belvoir and the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Penalties for Federal crimes are different matters entirely. An indictment for a federal crime can ruin an individual’s life even if no conviction ever occurs. Get help fighting your felony charges: call 866-973-3390 today for a dedicated felony crimes attorney to get started on your criminal defense.

Schedule A Consultation With An Aggressive Virginia Felony Crimes Attorney Today

Don’t take chances with your future if you’ve been arrested for a felony. Pick up the phone and call him, a former prosecutor, to put a reliable, professional felony crimes attorney on your side today. Even if he can’t win your felony case outright, he can often find ways to get the charges reduced to misdemeanors. While they are still very serious matters, misdemeanors have fewer far-reaching consequences than do felonies.

To schedule a free consultation with B.R. Hicks, PC, call or fill out the online contact form.