Nicole Crawford, Dale Ryan Gomes, Amber Husak
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Nicole Crawford, Dale R. Gomes, Amber Husak

Sacramento Felony Charge Defense

The state of California takes felony charges very seriously, and if you are convicted of a felony charge, your life may be significantly impacted for years to come. Our lawyer is here to fight your charges so that you can go on as a productive – and free – member of society. Continue reading and contact us at The Law Offices of Dale R. Gomes today.

Examples Of Felony Crimes In Sacramento, CA

Our firm defends all those facing felony charges in Sacramento and throughout the state of California. There are many crimes that are considered felonies in California, some of which are as follows:

  • Assault with a deadly weapon (PC 245(a)(1))
  • Aggravated battery (PC 243(d))
  • Burglary (PC 459)
  • Child pornography (PC 311.11)
  • Domestic violence
  • Drug possession
  • Drug distribution
  • DUI
  • Grand theft (PC 487)
  • Hate crimes
  • Homicide
  • Kidnapping (PC 207)
  • Murder (PC 187)
  • Manslaughter
  • Rape (PC 261)
  • Robbery (PC 211)
  • Sexual battery (PC 243.4)
  • Torture (PC 206)

Consequences Of A Felony Conviction In Sacramento

If you are convicted of a felony in Sacramento or the state of California as a whole, you will face incarceration in either state prison or county jail, or, in the worst cases, you may face the death penalty. California law is a bit complicated when it comes to sentencing individuals for crimes. In most cases, felony crimes in California come with one of three determinate, or base, sentences, depending on the specific crime committed.

In most cases, you will face either 16 months, two years or three years of incarceration for a felony crime. That being said, when a judge determines a base sentence in California, they will consider the circumstances surrounding your case, including whether there are any aggravating circumstances. If your case comes with certain aggravating circumstances, you may face additional years in prison based on the nature of your crime and your past criminal history. If you are charged with a particularly heinous crime, you may face anywhere from 25 years to life in prison.

Talk To A Defense Lawyer For Free

If you’ve been charged with a felony crime in Sacramento, you must not wait another day to speak with a knowledgeable Sacramento felony defense lawyer. Contact us at The Law Offices of Dale R. Gomes to schedule your free consultation today.