Are You or A Family Member Charged With a Felony Offense in Dallas, Texas? Call Us Today to Find Out How We Can Help. Dallas Felony Criminal Defense Attorney
A felony is a serious criminal offense for which you can be fined up to $10,000 and be sentenced to a state penitentiary for a period of between six months and life. You also may lose your right to vote, have a gun or obtain certain state occupational licenses. Felonies include aggravated assault, burglary and DWI, third offense.
|Death or life in prison without parole
|5 to 99 years in a state prison and/or a fine of not more than $10,000
|2 to 20 years in a state prison and/or a fine of not more than $10,000
|2 to 10 years in a state prison and/or a fine of not more than $10,000
|180 days to 2 years in a state jail and/or a fine of not more than
Felony offenses can include the following:
- Drug Offenses
- Sex Offenses
- Capital Murder
- White Collar Crime
- Aggravated Robbery
FIND OUT HOW THE HOPPING LAW FIRM DIFFERENCE CAN HELP YOU
Dallas criminal lawyer John Hopping represents clients facing assault charges at both the felony and misdemeanor levels. If you are charged with any type of violent assault, you will need an aggressive and creative criminal lawyer to defend you against the assault charges and to negotiate with the prosecution on your behalf.
The Hopping Law Firm Difference focuses exclusively on two things:
(1) obtaining dismissals of criminal charges and claims in the early stages of a criminal case or investigation and
(2) winning cases at trial. This defense model differs from many law firms because the Hopping Law Group, PC accepts a select number of cases each year and dedicates to each of them a cohesive team of lawyers, investigators and outside experts. The team is led by the firm’s principal and managing partner, John Hopping, who founded the firm with the goal of attaining excellence in the field of criminal defense. The Hopping Law Group, PC is a full service criminal defense firm, focusing on criminal offenses.
Winning Criminal Cases Requires a Winning Trial Strategy.
When it comes to criminal defense, the best defense truly is a strong offense. While many criminal cases are resolved before trial, in either a dismissal or favorable plea settlement, it is fundamental that every case be treated from the outset as a case that will go to trial. Rather than negotiate plea deals with prosecutors, attorneys at the Hopping Law Group, PC have found that diligent and aggressive preparation for trial means a higher probability of securing dismissals or plea deals that do not require prison time.