Hanford Three-Strikes Defense Attorney
What Is California’s Three-Strikes Law?
Have you heard of the three-strikes law in California that was enacted in 1994? This sentencing law was voted to increase the penalties for repeat offenders who were previously convicted of a felony offense including violent crimes. This means that if you have been charged with a crime and have a previous criminal conviction on your record (one strike), your prison time for a second felony will be doubled regardless if the crime happened 20 years ago and was not considered violent.
The law also imposed that an individual with two prior felony strike convictions shall get at least 25 years to life for almost any crime for subsequent serious or violent felony convictions. This could mean a lifetime prison sentence for your current crime. If your record indicates that you could be an offender of the three-strikes law, it is crucial to get a competent Hanford criminal defense lawyer to avoid severe penalties that can quickly change your life.
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Defense You Can Trust In Hanford & Beyond
If you or a loved one is facing a three-strikes case, you can count on Carlos Navarrete Law Firm to advocate your rights and best interests. Our firm is passionate about our practice and finds sheer joy when we have the opportunity to help people. We know that many of our clients do not usually speak to a defense attorney until they are in a stressful or embarrassing point in their life. We take this as an opportunity to help them take control of their situation and move forward in life.
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Avoid A Lifetime Prison Sentence
You should know that a conviction of a felony strike is very serious, especially if you are a repeat offender. Regardless if you are charged with the same crime or a different felony charge, you could be facing a lifetime in prison.
Below are some of the violent crimes that can cause you a three-strike charge:
- Attempted murder
- Auto theft
- Sexual assault
- Domestic violence
Protecting You from Unfair Imprisonment
You do not have to go through this difficult period alone. Our firm is prepared to utilize his unique perspective on both sides of the law for your benefit. With over 55 years of combined criminal trial experience, we are never threatened by the proposition of going in front of a trial court and can confidently fight for you to obtain the most favorable result in your three-strike case.
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