Being charged with a felony has crippling effects on your livelihood and ability to move forward in your life.
That’s why you need an experienced felony defense attorney. Just because you’re charged doesn’t mean you’re guilty, but without Travis Saul, your chances of a conviction or long sentence is dramatically higher.
Felony offenses, which carry a minimum punishment of one year in prison which can often be probated, involves a wide range of cases:
- Aggravated assault or battery
- Child Molestation
- Obstruction of justice
- Fraud (including tax fraud, bank fraud, insurance fraud, check fraud, and more)
- Possession of Controlled Substance
- Theft and Shoplifting
- Vehicular homicide
There are other specific areas, such as RICO cases, grand larceny, and even probation violation that also fall into this category.
Felony cases carry the highest punishments available in the United States court systems, ranging from one year of jail time to life sentences – and even the death penalty, where applicable.
Walking into a courtroom without an experienced criminal defense lawyer is a big mistake. The District Attorney’s Office has teams of prosecutors, investigators, and assistants working against you with the goal of your conviction, bar none. A felony conviction will result in imprisonment for years or probation, where you are often supervised for many years by a probation officer – with severe consequences if you violate probation.
Have an experienced felony defense attorney on your side when you enter the courtroom. Travis Saul will use his experience to help you avoid a felony conviction and avoid incarceration.
Contact Travis Saul today, and put his unique experience to work for you!