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Statesville Felony Lawyers

Have You Been Charged With A Felony?

Facing a felony charge is a stressful and complex situation to handle; but minimizing your sentence or potentially expunging your record is not out of the question. Felonies are considered serious crimes and involve harsh punishments such as expensive fines, significant prison time, and a convicted felon classification. Each situation is unique, however, and you deserve to have your side of the story heard before receiving any penalties.

North Carolina felony charges can result from a number of crimes, including:

  • Violent crimes, such as first-degree murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, or manslaughter
  • Domestic violence crimes
  • Weapons crimes, such possession of an illegal firearm
  • Sex crimes, such as rape or possession of child pornography
  • Drug crimes, such as possession or trafficking of an illegal substance

In order to understand the severity of the punishments you could be facing after being charged with a felony, you must contact a skilled felony attorney in Statesville to investigate your case and discuss all the possible outcomes. At Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett, we are committed to providing our clients with personable service and preparing an effective case strategy.

If you or someone you know is facing a felony charge, call Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett, LLP today at (704) 766-8821.

Understanding North Carolina’s Felony Laws

The penalties resulting from a felony charge in North Carolina vary based on the class of the felony — Class A being the most serious and Class J being the least serious — as well as if the accused has any other felony convictions. Other consequences of a felony include the possible loss of the right to vote or hold public office, but these may be restored after probation or a prison sentence has been served.

A convicted felon is never allowed to be in possession of a firearm. A convicted felon in possession of a firearm is guilty of a Class G felony and may receive up to 10 years in prison. A convicted felon may only possess a firearm if the conviction has been expunged.

Contact Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett, LLP Today

Hiring a qualified felony lawyer is a wise decision when facing these types of charges, as they may be able to negotiate a reduced or dismissed sentence. With over 60 years of combined legal experience and close-knit relationships in Iredell and Alexander Counties, our criminal defense attorneys have the skills and knowledge necessary to fight for the best possible outcome for our clients. Let us handle the legal work for you.

Contact us at (704) 766-8821 to schedule a consultation with Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett, LLP.

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