Felony Offenses

A felony offense is considered a serious crime in the state of Ohio. Some felonies include murder, drug traffickingburglaryrape, kidnapping, manslaughter, and robbery, among others.  Ohio classifies felonies by degrees.

These range from a 5th Degree Felony, which carries a six to twelve-month prison sentence and a $2,500 maximum fine, to a 1st Degree Felony, which carries a prison sentence of three to eleven years and a $20,000 maximum fine. These penalties are frightening and can be life-altering if you are convicted.

Felony Penalties

Sentencing may be even more severe depending on the nature of the crime, so it is important to have a knowledgeable and experienced attorney at your side. For example, if a murder is committed during the

act of burglary or another crime, an aggravated murder charge may be sought, which can carry a sentence of life in prison or even the death penalty. Other crimes that can bring an aggravated murder charge include the murder of a police officer or a person less than 13 years of age.

If you are facing a charge for a felony offense, contact a Columbus criminal defense attorney immediately. We realize that there is no greater fear than the threat of jail time and we will work aggressively on your behalf against these serious consequences.

Felony Offense Lawyer in Columbus

Koenig & Owen, LLC has a record of winning not guilty verdicts and a history of freeing wrongly convicted prisoners.  We will work with you personally and analyze every aspect of your case to formulate a strong and aggressive defense.

Our firm has fought against all types of felony charges, from high profile cases, to simple robbery.  Experienced legal counsel is your best option for getting your life back on track.

Contact a Columbus Felony Offense Attorney immediately if you have been charged with a Felony Offense.