Savannah Felony Attorneys
Building Effective Defense Strategies for Each Client
At Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC, our Savannah felonies lawyers have represented clients facing a wide variety of felony charges. Regardless of the specifics of the situation, it is common to have a fear of the future. We evaluate the factors of your case and explain your legal options to help alleviate your concerns and work together to build an effective defense strategy for your case. With over four decades of combined experience and over 1,000 of misdemeanor and felony cases successfully handled throughout Georgia, our firm is ready to fight for you immediately.
Effective Representation for All Types of Felony Charges
Felonies are crimes that are considered more harmful than misdemeanors and carry more severe penalties for convictions. Due to the serious nature of these charges and severe penalties for a conviction, it is advisable to seek help from an experienced Savannah felony attorney as soon as possible.
We have represented clients charged with:
Penalties for Felonies
The exact sentence for a felony conviction can vary depending on several factors. However, most felony convictions result in a sentence of more than one year to life in prison and fines, which may be substantial. A conviction can also impact many aspects of the future, such as limiting your ability to gain employment, access educational assistance or college admission, own a firearm, or pursue career opportunities.
Exploring Possible Defenses for Felony Charges
When facing felony charges, it is crucial to have a strong defense strategy in place to protect your rights and future. At Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC, our experienced Savannah felony attorneys are dedicated to building effective defense strategies tailored to each client's unique situation.
We understand that every felony case is different, and there are various factors that can impact the outcome. Our skilled attorneys will thoroughly analyze the details of your case, gather evidence, and explore all possible defenses to ensure the best possible outcome for you.
Some common defenses for felony charges include:
- Insufficient evidence: If the prosecution lacks strong evidence to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, we can challenge the validity and reliability of the evidence presented.
- Violation of constitutional rights: We will examine whether your rights were violated during the arrest, search, or seizure, and if so, we can file motions to suppress evidence obtained unlawfully.
- Self-defense or defense of others: If you acted in self-defense or to protect others from harm, we can argue that your actions were justified.
- Mistaken identity: If there is a possibility of mistaken identity or unreliable eyewitness testimony, we can present evidence to challenge the accuracy of the identification.
- Alibi: If you have a credible alibi that proves you were somewhere else at the time the alleged crime was committed, we can present evidence to support your alibi.
Our team at Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC is committed to providing you with honest, straightforward legal advice throughout the entire legal process. We will explain your rights, the potential consequences you may face, and guide you through every step of your defense.
Don't wait to protect your future. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our dedicated Savannah felony attorneys. We are ready to fight for you and your rights.
Honest, Straightforward Legal Advice
Clients frequently have questions and concerns about the evidence against them, what penalties they may be facing, and how a felony conviction will impact their future. Our Savannah felony attorneys listen to your story and gather information about your case to provide a straightforward and honest assessment of your circumstances and the possible outcomes. We work with you to develop the strongest defense possible.
At Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC, you have an entire legal team on your side when dealing with serious criminal matters. We are ready to help you obtain the best possible outcome in your case.