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Serious Defense For Serious Charges

The attorneys at Kalled Law Offices, PLLC, have more than five decades of combined legal experience successfully representing clients in Ossipee and surrounding areas. When you seek our legal services, our New Hampshire felonies lawyer can guide you through the legal process, aggressively defend your rights, and prepare your case for trial. Get an experienced attorney on your side; reach out to us by scheduling a consultation at 603-945-7259.

Crimes Considered As Felonies In New Hampshire

Under New Hampshire law, felony crimes are the most significant criminal charges. Felony charges are separated into Class A and Class B felonies, with Class A being the most serious and carrying more severe penalties. Regardless of the classification, any felony conviction will have a negative impact on your life. That is why it is crucial that you have a New Hampshire felony attorney with extensive knowledge of the criminal justice system and experience defending clients in court. Examples of felony criminal charges include, but are not limited to:

  • Assault that causes serious bodily injury
  • Theft of property valued at more than $500
  • Computer fraud
  • Drug crimes
  • Kidnapping
  • Sex crimes
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder

In addition to these charges, certain crimes that are usually considered misdemeanors may be charged as felonies. This generally happens when there are aggravating circumstances, such as aggravated DUI, wherein the action resulted in bodily harm, or when the defendant has one or more prior convictions.

Penalties For Felony Convictions

New Hampshire classifies felonies in two categories: Class A and Class B felonies. Class A felonies can result in prison sentences of seven to 15 years and fines of up to $4,000, depending on the specifics of the charges. Certain felonies in this category can also result in prison terms of between 10 and 20 years. Class B felonies, on the other hand, can result in prison terms between three and seven years. When your freedom, reputation, and livelihood are on the line, contact our team at Kalled Law Offices, PLLC, by calling 603-945-7259 to speak with an attorney or by reaching out online.