Orlando Felony Criminal Attorneys

Orlando Felony Criminal Attorneys: Third Degree Felonies

What does it mean to be charged with a Third Degree Felony in the State of Florida?

  • If you have been charged with a Third Degree Felony, that means you have been charged with the lowest level felony under the laws of the State of Florida, punishable by up to 5 years in Florida State Prison, 5 years of State Probation, and up to $5,000 in fines
  • Even though a Third Degree Felony in the lowest level felony in the State of Florida, it is still a very serious charge that can have very serious consequences if you do not seek representation from experienced felony criminal attorneys.
    • A conviction of a Third Degree Felony will have lifelong consequences, including, but not limited to:
      • Being labeled a convicted felon for the rest of your life
      • Ineligibility for sealing and/or expungement for any criminal charge for the rest of your life
      • Losing of right to vote
      • Loss of right to purchase and own firearms
      • Loss of ability to obtain housing in many locations
      • Loss of ability to procure financial aid for continuing education
      • Loss of or inability to obtain professional licenses or certifications
      • and many other consequences…

What types of crimes are considered to be Third Degree Felonies?

    • Grand Theft
    • Drug Possession Charges
    • Burglary of a Structure
    • Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer
    • Resisting Officer with Violence
    • and many more…

What do I do if I am charged?

    • Call the experienced and knowledgeable attorneys at the Smith & Eulo Law Firm. We offer a free in-office consultation for all potential clients. We have handled thousands of criminal cases, including all types of Third Degree Felonies, and we are confident that we what it takes to secure the best outcome on your criminal case.

Here is an example of a Third Degree Felony: