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Fighting Felony Charges in Alvin & Pearland

Man in CuffsIf you have been arrested for a felony crime of any type, you are likely aware of the severity of the consequences you face. In fact, even being accused of a felony can damage your reputation, your career, and your relationships.

At the Law Office of Tom & Ann Stickler, we firmly believe in the right to representation. Although law enforcement may be trying to get you to answer questions or plead guilty, you have the right to remain silent and you should do so.

Our Alvin felony attorney has more than 20 years of experience providing a strong legal defense. We are committed to fighting for our clients' rights and futures. If you work with us, you can count on us to answer your questions, address your concerns, and keep you informed of any changes to your case.

Schedule a free case consultation by calling our Alvin felony lawyer at (281) 601-4133.

Felonies in Texas

Felony convictions are the more serious category of crime compared to misdemeanor offenses. A felony conviction often carries a prison sentence in addition to other criminal penalties. If you are convicted of a felony, you will lose certain civil rights, such as your right to vote and bear arms.

A felony conviction remains on your record forever (unless expunged), which means that it can affect your life for years even after you have dealt with the initial penalties.

Our firm defends clients who have been accused of:

Texas Felony Penalties

Due to the serious nature of the crimes classified as felonies, the penalties for felony charges in Texas are very strict. There can be several factors that can contribute to the severity of the punishment if convicted. There are 5 types of felonies in Texas:

  • State Jail Felonies
  • Third-Degree Felonies
  • Second-Degree Felonies
  • First-Degree Felonies
  • Capital Felonies

These different types of felonies include different crimes and can carry various sentences outlined below.

State Jail Felonies

Examples: DWI with a child passenger, forging a check, theft of an item valued between $1,500 to $20,000, cruelty to animals, etc.

  • 180 days to 2 years
  • Maximum fine of $10,000

Third-Degree Felonies

Examples: Indecent exposure to a child, third-offense DWI, tampering with evidence, possessing a firearm as a felon, etc.

  • 2 to 10 years
  • Maximum fine of $10,000

Second-Degree Felonies

Examples: Human trafficking, arson, robbery, bribery, sexual assault, indecent contact with a child, etc.

  • 2 to 20 years
  • Maximum fine of $10,000

First-Degree Felonies

Examples: Aggravated robbery, attempted capital murder, aggravated sexual assault against a child, aggravated kidnapping, etc.

  • 5 to 99 years
  • Life in prison
  • Maximum fine of $10,000

Capital Felonies

Examples: Capital murder, espionage, treason, genocide, etc.

  • Life in prison
  • Death penalty

Avoid Grave Consequences, Hire a Brazoria County Felony Lawyer

Even felonies which are not classified as violent offenses can still lead to time in jail or prison, as well as other life-altering penalties. This is why it is so important to retain the services of an experienced Brazoria County felony defense lawyer.

At the Law Office of Tom & Ann Stickler, we not only have the experience you deserve on your side but we are available 24/7 to take your call.

We're proud to represent clients throughout Pearland and the surrounding areas. Contact our Brazoria County felony defense attorney today at (281) 601-4133 for a free consultation.

Why Do Our Client Love Us?

  • We Aggressively Fight for Our Clients and Won't Give Up

  • We Keep Constant Communication

  • We Educate Our Clients Every Step of the Way

  • We Are Available For You Around The Clock

Put 20+ Years of Experience on Your Side

The most important decision you can make when going into criminal court is who you hire to represent you against the government. You need to trust an experienced attorney that is Board Certified in Criminal Defense.

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