Felony And Federal Offenses
In felony and federal criminal cases, there’s no margin for error when it comes to your defense. You certainly don’t want to go up against the big guns on your own, nor do you want to hire a lawyer who is inexperienced with the intricacies and nuances of defending a felony case in state or federal court. The state and federal government have vast amounts of resources to use in developing their case against you. You need someone who can combat the prosecution’s efforts.
Felony convictions can have severe short-term consequences and catastrophic long-term consequences — your entire life is highly dependent on the outcome of this predicament. At Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, we understand the severity of your situation and will use every legal maneuver at our disposal to help you make the best of a bad situation and achieve the best outcome possible.
Take The Bull By The Horns
With over 45 years of combined experience, the attorneys at Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, are highly skilled at defending clients against felony charges in both state and federal court. From the moment we meet, you’ll understand that we are serious about our jobs and serious about defending your rights, your freedoms and your liberty. No stone goes unturned or legal defense unexplored when we prepare your case.
From initial investigations and motion practice to settlement negotiations, pretrial hearings and trial, our criminal defense attorneys are highly skilled at defending clients against a variety of serious, complex felony charges in state court, including:
We are also admitted to practice in federal courts and have the necessary additional training to skillfully defend clients against incredibly serious federal offenses such as:
Mitigating Your Sentence
State and federal felony charges carry with them a host of potentially negative consequences — jail time, prison time, fines and restitution, and the loss of other civil rights (such as the right to own a firearm or the right to vote and negative immigration consequences, including deportation).
A dispositional range — the potential length of the sentence a court may impose — is also given to every felony charge. Depending on the severity of the charge, the existence of any aggravating factors and your record, the court will assign one of three dispositional ranges for each class of felony — a presumptive range, an aggravated range and a mitigated range. An experienced criminal defense attorney will understand how to take the facts of your case and argue for the least severe punishment possible.
Speak With A Knowledgeable Defense Lawyer For Felony And Federal Offenses
At Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, our Asheville, North Carolina, attorneys can help you avoid a felony conviction or mitigate the consequences of a conviction. When it’s time to take the bull by the horns, contact us online or call 828-348-8053 for experienced, knowledgeable legal help to defend against felony offenses in state and federal court.