There isn’t a person in this world who hasn’t made a mistake.
It’s pretty much inevitable, especially considering all the decisions
and choices we make on a daily basis. Of course the type of mistakes made
vary in severity, which means the way they are dealt with is also handled
differently. For example, if you make a mistake giving somebody the wrong
directions, you might feel bad, but you won’t go to jail. However,
if you make a mistake that involves a
felony charge, you will have serious consequences to pay, for the rest of your life.
Common Felony Charges
- Illegal Drug Sales
If you’re charged with one of the crimes listed above, your future
will change. Even after you’ve served time, your record will continue
to indicate your felony status. Certain rights and privileges that you
are accustomed to may not be available to you anymore, such as:
- Obtaining a handgun
- Enlisting in the military
- Becoming a pilot
- Holding public office
- Voting (depends on where you live)
- Obtaining a driver’s license (depends on the crime committed)
- Traveling abroad (depends on country)
One of the biggest challenges that many convicted felons face is getting
a job. Since most jobs require a criminal background check, getting a
job with a felony charge on your record is extremely difficult. This makes
the transition back into society tough, especially if you continue to
If you’ve been arrested on a felony charge or in need of representation
for your conviction, you’ll need an experienced attorney who can
fight for your rights.
Kyle Law Firm for a free consultation with skilled lawyers who can help you.