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A felony is a crime that is so severe it carries a potential punishment of a year in prison or more. The penalties for a felony conviction are serious and may include significant fines, imprisonment, a criminal record, or in some cases, the death penalty. If you have been charged with a felony, it is important to take the matter seriously and retain an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Facing a felony charge in Georgia can be an overwhelming and confusing experience. At The Ozer Law Firm, we are committed to providing aggressive representation to individuals facing such serious charges. Our Savannah-based criminal defense attorneys serve clients throughout Chatham County and beyond.

To discuss your case with an experienced Savannah felony defense attorney, call us at (912) 325-3591 or contact us online today.

What Crimes are Considered Felonies in Georgia?

In Georgia, felonies are the most serious category of crimes, including offenses like murder, rape, aggravated assault, grand theft, drug trafficking, and fraud. These crimes carry severe penalties, reflecting their gravity and the impact they have on victims and society.

Penalties for Felony Charges in Georgia

The penalties for felony charges in Georgia vary depending on the nature and severity of the crime but typically include:

  • Imprisonment: The length of imprisonment varies based on the severity of the offense, ranging from one year to life. Murder convictions may lead to life imprisonment or even the death penalty.
  • Monetary Penalties: Fines associated with felony convictions can be substantial, often reaching thousands or even millions of dollars, depending on the nature of the crime.
  • Probation: For some offenses, the court may impose probation as an alternative to incarceration. However, this entails strict court-monitored supervision.
  • Restitution: Convicted individuals may be required to compensate victims for financial losses resulting from the offense, adding an additional layer of financial burden.
  • Loss of Rights: Felony convictions may result in the loss of certain civil rights, including the right to vote, own firearms, or hold public office.

In addition to these legal consequences, a felony conviction can significantly impact your future, affecting your employment prospects and housing opportunities.

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