California East Bay Lawyer: Three-Strikes Law
Legislators had good intentions when they enacted the California three-strikes law in 1994. The purpose was to keep violent offenders in prison. In practice, however, a relatively minor crime can put someone behind bars for 25 years to life. If you have been arrested for a third felony in California, call defense attorney Leon J. Mezzetti Jr. in Fremont, California.
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Even if you have been arrested for a first or second felony, it can be important to your future freedom to have a criminal defense lawyer who understands the ramifications of each and every felony charge.
If you have been arrested for a third felony, the seriousness of the crime may not matter to the prosecutor. Talk to an experienced three-strikes defense lawyer; about this charge and the previous convictions against you. There may be grounds to change an earlier felony charge and conviction to a misdemeanor. The current charge you are facing might be reduced or dismissed.
A three-strikes charge is serious. A conviction can mean a mandatory 25 years to life in prison. If you treasure your freedom, if you feel you have been over-charged now or in the past, talk to a lawyer who will investigate current and past charges.
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For a free confidential consultation, and for further information regarding how an ex-prosecutor and East Bay criminal defense attorney can put over 30 years of criminal law experience to work for you, please e-mail us, call us at 877-791-1836 or 510-791-1836, or visit our Fremont, San Jose or Pleasanton office.
Experience really does matter - don't trust your three-strikes defense to an inexperienced criminal defense attorney.