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If you have been charged with a felony, you need an aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer in Midland. Felony charges can carry serious consequences, including prison time, steep fines, and a lifelong criminal record.

Even after you have served your sentence and been released from prison, you may still be haunted by a felony conviction. You may find it difficult to get a job, housing, or loans because you have a felony on your record. You may also be denied the right to vote, own a gun, or get government benefits. Our Midland felony attorneys at Tommy W. Hull, P.C. from our firm can help you minimize the effects of a felony conviction and fight to clear your name.

Our Midland felony attorney can provide you with the defense you need if you have been charged with a felony. Call (432) 223-0044 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today.

What Is Considered a Felony in Texas?

Under Texas state law, a felony is a crime that is punishable by death or imprisonment for a term of more than one year. There are many different types of felony crimes in Texas, including assault, robbery, burglary, and murder. Felony crimes are categorized into six different types, depending on the severity of the crime and the type of punishment it carries. The type of felony crime you have been charged with will determine the possible punishments and consequences you may face.

  • The most serious felony crimes are classified as violent crimes. Violent crimes are crimes that involve physical harm or injury to another person. They can also include crimes that threaten physical harm or death to another person, such as domestic violence or aggravated assault. Other examples of violent crimes include sex crimes, kidnapping, and robbery. Violent crimes are punishable by prison time and fines, and they may also require you to register as a sex offender or a violent offender. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may face a felony of the first, second, or third degree.
  • The other felony crimes are categorized as property crimes. Property crimes are crimes involving the theft of property or fraud. These crimes do not involve physical harm to another person, but they can still result in serious penalties. The most serious of these crimes are felony theft and felony robbery. Felony theft includes crimes such as burglary, shoplifting, and embezzlement. Felony robbery can include crimes such as armed robbery, carjacking, and aggravated robbery. These crimes are punishable by fines and prison time, and they may also require you to pay restitution to the victim.
  • The least serious felony crimes are felony drug crimes. Felony drug crimes include crimes such as possession of controlled substances with the intent to deliver, possession of controlled substances, and manufacturing or selling controlled substances. These crimes are punishable by fines and prison time, and they may also require you to pay restitution to the victim.

What Are the Consequences of a Felony Conviction?

In addition to the potential prison time and fines, felony convictions can have serious consequences. A felony conviction can have a lasting impact on your life, even after you have served your time and been released from prison. A felony conviction can prevent you from getting a job, housing, or federal student loans. You may also be denied the right to vote, own a gun, or get government benefits. The stigma of a felony conviction can follow you for the rest of your life, making it difficult to find employment, housing, and even friendship. A felony conviction can also impact your immigration status and prevent you from traveling to other countries.

If you have been charged with a felony, you need an aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer in Midland. Felony charges can carry serious consequences, including prison time, steep fines, and a lifelong criminal record. Even after you have served your sentence and been released from prison, you may still be haunted by a felony conviction. You may find it difficult to get a job, housing, or loans because you have a felony on your record. You may also be denied the right to vote, own a gun, or get government benefits. A Midland felony attorney from our firm can help you minimize the effects of a felony conviction and fight to clear your name.

Our Midland felony attorney can provide you with the defense you need if you have been charged with a felony. Call (432) 223-0044 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today.

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