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Criminal Defense Attorney

Tallahassee Criminal Defense Lawyers

Felony Crimes

In Florida, felony crimes range from non-violent crimes like Grand Theft to First Degree Murder.  Third degree felonies (like Grand Theft) have a maximum penalty of 5 years.  Second Degree Felonies (like Dealing in Stolen Property) have a maximum penalty of 15 years.  First Degree felonies (like Sexual Battery with Serious Physical Force) have a maximum penalty of 30 years and Life Felonies can be punished by life.  Capital felonies, such as first degree murder, carry a possibility of death.  If charged with a felony crime it is important to contact a Tallahassee Criminal Defense Attorney immediately so they can begin working on your case to try to avoid these maximum penalties.

 

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