Felonies

When you are charged with a felony, it can be a stressful time for you and those around you. The Law Office of Brian W. Devane understands that under the Constitution every U.S. citizen is innocent until proven guilty, and with that in mind we promise not to give up on your case and work efficiently to defend you and your freedom.

What is a felony?

While a misdemeanor is considered a less serious crime, a felony is the term for a serious crime. A person charged and convicted of a felony is known as a felon. A person is charged with a felony for the following: murder, rape, manslaughter, assault or battery, arson, burglary, tax evasion, fraud, drug distribution, grand theft, treason, kidnapping, perjury, copyright, child pornography and more. For more information on these crimes, click here.

If you have been charged with a felony, do not hesitate to contact your defense attorney today.


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