Felonies

 

Johnson County Felony Lawyers

Judge gavel and name plate reading “felony” sitting on a desk. Our team of Johnson County felony lawyers know how to fight for those charged with felony crimes.

Not all criminal defense attorneys are adept at handling felony-level criminal charges. These cases are more complex and require hands-on experience, knowledge of felony criminal laws and insight into felony court systems. The strategies are complicated. The stakes are high. Success requires in-depth planning and sound trial skills.

Felony crimes fall into various classifications sorted by both severity and whether or not the crime affects a person. At Billam & Henderson, our criminal defense Johnson County felony lawyers prepare and present felony criminal cases with attention to every detail. We implement strategies at trial for our clients with a focus on the best outcome.

Experienced Johnson County Felony Lawyers Fighting for the Best Outcome of Your Felony Case

Licensed in Kansas and Missouri, our felony lawyers bring comprehensive experience and unwavering dedication in pursuing the best outcome if you are facing charges of:

Kansas utilizes a sentencing grid that finds the particular intersection of an individual’s previous criminal history and severity of the crime committed. Many special sentencing rules alter the presumption for probation and the judge’s discretion at sentencing. Having a Johnson County felony lawyer who is well-versed in the sentencing grid means fewer surprises and more accurate legal advice. Understanding the system allows our clients to make decisions that are best for their case, their family and their future. The Johnson County felony lawyers at Billam & Henderson have substantial experience navigating special sentencing rules and the Kansas sentencing grid.

Our Felony Lawyers Take Immediate Action If You Are Charged With A Felony Crime in Johnson County

Handcuffed criminal with hands buried in face getting interviewed by a police officer needing to call a Johnson County felony lawyer.

If you are convicted of a felony, you face challenges, starting with a felony on your record that will show up on a background check beyond a prison sentence. You will also lose the right to vote, carry firearms and secure professional licensure.

The felony lawyers at Billam & Henderson will handle all aspects of your felony-level case and navigate you through this complicated process. Fill out our online intake form or call our office in Olathe today at (913) 782-4030.

The Johnson County felony lawyers at our firm are licensed to practice law in Kansas and Missouri.