Felonies are serious criminal offenses. They carry long prison sentences and substantial fines upon conviction — to say nothing of the problems you will have acquiring employment or housing upon your release. Your every move will be watched by parole officers. Every day of your life will have to be perfectly executed from that point on.
You owe it to yourself and your family to avoid these harsh punishments, a criminal record, damage to your reputation and separation from your loved ones. If you are facing a felony charge in Greater Portland or anywhere in Oregon, you should contact our experienced criminal defense lawyers at Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group immediately.
Our Portland felony criminal defense lawyers can aggressively protect your rights. Don’t waste time with attorney selection while prosecutors build a case against you. Call us now at 503-747-7198. We will respond promptly to your email or overnight message. We can arrange to conduct your free initial consultation at a police station or jail if necessary.
Don’t Go It Alone · Our Portland Felony Defense Lawyers Will Be There by Your Side
There is no law that says you have to bear the emotional and financial burden of a felony charge or Measure 11 crime by yourself. Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group’s legal team will fight right alongside you from arraignment to outcome. We will investigate your charges, negotiate skillfully with prosecutors and operate aggressively in court, using the facts of your situation to connect with judge and jury.
We know that your freedoms and future hinge on your trial verdict or plea offer. We will leave nothing to chance in safeguarding your interests.
The penalties you face upon conviction for a felony are reason enough for us to explore every avenue for reduction or dismissal of charges or outright acquittal. For example: Third-degree assault, first-degree theft, a third DUI and a hit-and-run with injuries are Class C felonies, punishable by five years in jail and a $125,000 fine.
Second-degree assault or a drug crime charge such as distribution of cocaine is a Class B felony. They carry a 10-year potential prison term and $250,000 in fines. A conviction for first-degree assault, a Class A felony, could bring 20 years of incarceration and a fine of $375,000.
You can depend on our skilled, client-committed Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group defense attorneys — and their more than 25 years of combined trial and plea negotiation experience — to give you the best chance of success with your charges. We know sentencing guidelines, defense strategies and how to get results. We have successfully represented thousands of individuals and families throughout the Portland metropolitan area with professionalism and dedication.
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Contact our Portland or Salem law offices from wherever you are in the state, including Portland, Hillsboro, Beaverton and surrounding areas. The number to call is 503-747-7198.
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