Felony Criminal Defense Attorney Rancho Cucamonga, CA 

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Man imprisoned for felony

Felony crimes can have very serious repercussions should a person be convicted of them. Not only are we looking at some serious jail time, but it can also include other consequences such as loss of a business, license, travel privilege, or employment. If you or a loved one should ever find yourself facing such grave charges, then you should consider getting professional legal representation.

Blomberg, Benson and Garrett, Inc. in The Inland Empire has had years of experience when it comes to defending clients with felony charges. We will stand by you, every step of the way, and make sure that you will be tried fairly against whatever charges have been placed. Our team of knowledgeable and legal savvy attorneys will ensure that all the evidence will be carefully reviewed and increase the likelihood that the final verdict will be in your favor.

There are many different types of crimes that the state of California recognizes as felonies:

  • Drug-related crimes drug possession, manufacturing, selling and distribution
  • Sex-related crimes sexual assault, sexual abuse (adult or child), sexual abuse and illegal possession of pornography
  • White collar crimes – fraud, forgery, bribery, embezzlement, and computer crimes
  • Violence-related crimes – manslaughter, mayhem, kidnapping, grand theft with a weapon, arson

It is also important to consider that repeating certain minor crimes can be due cause for escalating a case from a misdemeanor to a felony. Examples of these include DUI (fourth incident in 10 years) and shoplifting (third convicted incident).

The punishment for felonies can be categorized into two: a Determinate Sentence, which has a set prison term; and an Indeterminate Sentence, which is a variable prison term such as life imprisonment. Depending on the severity of the crime, the judge can assign a low (2-4 years), medium (4-6 years) and high (6 years and more) prison term.

To know more about our felony-related criminal defense services, please call us at 909-453-4370 or leave an inquiry through our Contact Us page.