ATLANTIC BEACH Felony Crimes Attorneys
North Carolina Felony LawsAs opposed to misdemeanor convictions, felony convictions usually have far more severer penalties, ranging from fines to jail time. While misdemeanor convictions often come with jail time that is less than 1 year (or no jail time at all), felony convictions often result in more than 1 year of jail time.
A felony is a serious charge that can lead to heavy consequences if the defendant is convicted - in North Carolina, felony convictions can result from a variety of charges, including:
conspiracy to commit murder;
robbery; intimidating a witness;
making terror threats.
If you’ve been charged with a felony, it is imperative that you retain legal representation right away. Our legal team at Cummings & Kennedy Law Firm, PLLC can help you to understand your rights, your legal options, and how to navigate upcoming settings in court. We may be able to have the charge dropped, for instance, or at least reduced, if the circumstances allow it.