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A felony is a criminal offense, considered much more severe of a criminal charge than a misdemeanor charge. The fines, length of probation, and / or jail time involves penalties which are more severe monetarily, in length of probation or incarceration, and the loss of your civil rights, which include your right to vote, your ability to sit on a jury, and your right to own, use, or possess a firearm, etc…
In the State of Florida, felony crime conviction fines and penalties may include:
Felony crimes include, but are not limited to:
Convicted felons are often prohibited from employment in occupations involving the handling of money or valuables. A felony conviction can also be a significant stumbling block if you later decide to pursue a professional discipline field of employment, such as medicine, nursing, teaching, real estate, financial services, or practicing law. If you are already licensed in a particular discipline profession, a felony conviction could result in a review of your "character and fitness", jeopardizing your ability to continue to work in that field.
For these reasons, it is extremely important to retain the services of a qualified Lakeland Felony Defense Lawyer to represent your legal interests as soon as possible if charged with a felony crime.
Protect your rights by seeking the legal advice and representation of an experienced Lakeland Felony Criminal Defense Lawyer.
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