Felonies

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. offers Seattle Criminal Law representation and treats every client with dignity and respect while representing you aggressively to diminish the affect a judgment will have on your personal and professional life.   Generally, a felony is a crime that carries a punishment of more than one year in prison. Specifically, Washington State has three classifications of felonies:

  1. Class A – carries a maximum penalty of life in prison and $50,000.00 fine
  2. Class B – carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and $20,000.00 fine
  3. Class C – carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and $10,000.00 fine

If you are classified as a “persistent offender”, effective representation is crucial. A full understanding of the “two-strike and “three-strike” laws are essential to your representation; our attorneys have the expertise to minimize the judgment against you. Additionally, each defendant’s sentencing is determined by a score, calculated as follows:

Our attorneys will guide you through the legal process and keep you informed every step of the way. Rest assured that Eagle Law Offices, P.S. treats every client with dignity and respect while representing you aggressively to diminish the affect a judgment will have on your personal and professional life.

For Seattle Criminal Law representation, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

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