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McDonough Felony Defense Attorneys

Experienced Georgia Criminal Defense Lawyers

Under state and federal law, criminal charges are classified as either misdemeanors or felonies. A felony is a more serious charge that generally results in prison sentences of a year or longer, depending on the alleged offense. Due to the serious nature of felony charges, it is important to seek experienced legal representation. The McDonough felony law attorneys at Miller & Key represent clients in state and federal courts in Georgia.

Contact us today at 770-627-0790 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.

Legal Representation For Felony Charges

In most situations, felony crimes are prosecuted by the state. However, some crimes are prosecuted by the federal government, such as crimes against federal properties or federal employees. Whether the crime falls under the jurisdiction of the state or federal government, a felony conviction is extremely serious and may result in severe penalties if you are convicted.

What Crimes Are Felonies In Georgia?

Examples of felonies in Georgia include:

  • Burglary
  • Theft
  • Arson
  • Assault
  • Robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Rape
  • Murder

Our felony law attorneys in McDonough work to build your best defense. We consider the facts of your case, the evidence, how evidence was collected and a variety of other factors to determine the most effective defense strategy. Our criminal defense lawyers provide a complete explanation of your legal options and thoroughly prepare your case to provide the aggressive and competent defense you deserve.

Consequences Of A Felony Conviction

The punishment you may be facing varies, but may include a long prison sentence, a hefty fine, or both. Even after you are released, your conviction will continue to follow you and may limit your ability to pursue certain educational and career goals.

Contact us at 770-627-0790 to get legal advice that is specific to your case in a free consultation.