Legal Information About Felony Offenses

In serious criminal cases, the State files charges against a defendant for committing a crime against society. Depending upon the circumstances involved, a defendant may be charged with either a felony or misdemeanor. If you are being investigated, accused or charged with a felony crime, it is extremely important to hire a criminal offense attorney as soon as possible. Felonies are the most serious of all crimes, and will result in severe legal penalties if you are found guilty.

The punishment for a felony conviction can be as much as life in prison (with or without the possibility of parole), or the death penalty, as well as a fine up to $60,000.) Additionally, a person may also lose some or all of their civil liberties, such as the right to vote, own a hand gun, the ability to hold certain professional licenses, live and work where they choose, come and go as they please, and eligibility for educational financial aid. Many people convicted of felony crimes have difficulty finding a job, as well as renting or buying a home.

Where You Arrested For A Felony Offense?

If you are being investigated or have been accused of a felony crime, the Attorneys at Blume & Blume have the skill, knowledge and experience to help you. They have represented clients in hundreds of felony cases, such as:

Drug Crimes: Trafficking, Manufacturing, Sale, Distribution, Possession and Prescription Drug Crimes.

Theft Crimes: Robbery, Burglary, Theft, Auto Burglary, Forgery, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, Shoplifting and Credit Card Theft.

Violent Crimes:  Murder, Manslaughter, Criminally Negligent Homicide, Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Stalking, Terrorists Threats, Hate Crimes, and Domestic Violence.

Sex Crimes: Rape, Sodomy, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Misconduct and Pornography.

Retaining the services of Blume & Blume will not only protect your rights, but will also greatly increase your chances of obtaining a favorable verdict in court. The staff and attorneys at Blume & Blume are committed to fighting in behalf of their client’s best interests, and insuring that they obtain justice under the legal system.

To schedule a consultation, please call: (205) 556-6712.