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Misdemeanors & Felonies
Seasoned Visalia Criminal Defense Lawyers
If you are facing criminal charges, they are classified into either misdemeanors or felonies. Felonies are more serious, with more serious punishments, consequences, and penalties. There are varying levels of charges and penalties within misdemeanors and felonies, as well as the way they report on your criminal record. If you are facing criminal allegations in the state of California, it is time for you to contact our Visalia lawyers. Thomas W. Degn has extensive experience from his previous position as a deputy trial district attorney, with valuable insider knowledge of criminal trial law in the State of California and federal courts.
At Koch, Degn & Gomez LLP Attorneys at Law, we understand the need for smart and persistent advocacy for those facing criminal charges. We can offer superior representation and counsel that will leave you feeling confident and informed. Your very top priority should be acquiring legal representation that you can trust.
Our lead criminal defense attorney has both experience and high ratings, including:
- 10.0 Superb Avvo rating
- 2010 Rising Star Award from the Visalia Times
- Trained in army interrogation procedures
- Multilingual – Arabic & Spanish
- Licensed to practice in federal courts
Explore Your Options for Defense and Potential Outcomes
California is unique when it comes to criminal charges – there are no specified classes of crimes with predetermined consequences. Instead, criminal charges are accompanied with individual penalties according to statue. Misdemeanors cannot return more than one year of jail time, but felony charges can mean long prison sentences – including life and possibly even the death penalty. At minimum, most crimes incur a penalty of $1,000 fine and a potential 1-6 month term in California County jails.
Don’t waste time. Reach out to our criminal defense team at Koch, Degn & Gomez LLP Attorneys at Law for a free consultation or a review of your current case.