Felonies in Mississippi range from murder—the most serious felony crime in the state—to sexual battery, kidnapping, aggravated assault, robbery, and grand larceny.
A felony conviction becomes part of your permanent criminal record.
If you are convicted later of another felony, the court can consider your prior conviction and impose a harsher sentence in the new case. Being a convicted felon can hurt you when you are looking for a job and applying to rent a house or apartment. Convicted felons can lose the right to vote, to carry firearms, and to obtain certain professional licenses.
The Hosford Law Firm has successfully defended people who have been charged with a felony. We are able to handle your charges and defend you from beginning to end.
You can be assured that your defense of felony charges will be handled with professionalism and in an expeditious manner.