Felonies

A Felony Crime is a serious criminal offense and likewise, it carries serious repercussions. A successful conviction of a felony crime will result in severe penalties such as over a year in prison, heavy fines, and probation. A criminal defense attorney can help you achieve the best results in a felony criminal case.

Felony crimes include aggravated assault, aggravated battery, battery on law enforcement officer, burglary, child abuse, grand theft, homicide, kidnapping, drug possession/cultivation/trafficking/sale, probation violations, resisting officer with violence, robbery and sex crimes. More information on each of the above listed Felony crimes can be found below.

Aggravated Assault occurs when an individual makes an intentional and unlawful threat by word or act to commit violence against another person with the apparent ability to carry through with the threat at the time it was made and the threat created a fear in the intended victim that the violence was imminent and the assault was made with either a deadly weapon or with a fully formed conscious intent to commit a felony.

Battery on Law Enforcement Officer occurs when there is an actual and intentional touching or striking of a law enforcement officer while the law enforcement officer is engaged in the lawful execution of a legal duty.

Burglary occurs when an individual unlawfully enters a dwelling, structure, or conveyance with the intent to commit a crime inside or lawfully enters a dwelling, structure, or conveyance but then remains inside either with the intent to commit a crime, after permission to remain has been withdrawn with the intent to commit a crime inside, or with the intent to commit a forcible felony.

Child Abuse / Neglect occurs when an individual intentionally inflicts a mental or physical injury on a child or when an individual as the caregiver of a child does not maintain the mental or physical health of a child.

Grand Theft occurs when an individual steals or tries to steal property belonging to another person or business and the value of that property is more than $300.

Homicide occurs when a human being kills another human being.

Kidnapping refers to the unlawful taking of someone for ransom, to commit a felony or to inflict bodily harm.

Drug Possession is the unlawful possession whether on the person or otherwise of a controlled substance or any substance as listed in both the federal and state “schedules.” Drug possession is not unlawful if the controlled substance is prescribed by a qualified medical practitioner.

Drug Cultivation is the illegal production of a controlled substance including any preparation for the planting, harvesting or tending and caring of a controlled substance. Controlled substances are listed on “schedules” provided by both the State and Federal levels.

Drug Trafficking/Sale includes any action aimed at circulating any controlled substance or illegal substance as listed in both federal and state “schedules.”

Probation Violations occur when an individual on probation disobeys the conditions of his or her probation.

Resisting Officer with Violence occurs when an individual resists, obstructs, or opposes any law enforcement or probation officer or other person legally authorized to execute process by threatening violence or engaging in violent conduct.

Robbery occurs when an individual commits an act of theft and when in the course of the taking, the individual uses force, violence, assault or puts the other individual in fear.

Sex Crimes include the following crimes: Child Pornography, Computer and Internet Related Sex Crimes, Indecent Exposure, Indecent Exposure to a Child, Lew and Lascivious Conduct, Prostitution and Solicitation, Rape, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Battery, and Stalking.

If you have been charged with a Felony Crime, it is important to seek a Criminal Defense Attorney immediately.

Contact Miami Criminal Defense Attorneys Christopher Pagán and Julian Stroleny to schedule a free consultation to learn about your legal options. As former state prosecutors who have handled numerous felony cases, Christopher Pagán and Julian Stroleny have the experience necessary to handle your case. Call Pagán & Stroleny, P.L. at (305) 615-1285 today for all of your Miami or Broward Criminal Defense needs.

Experienced Miami Criminal Defense attorneys, Christopher Pagán and Julian Stroleny can help you throughout the entire legal process. Pagán & Stroleny will work with you during the criminal defense process to ensure the best possible outcome.

 


 

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