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Felonies Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona

If you have been charged with a felony crime in Arizona, it is in your best interest to remain silent and obtain legal representation as soon as possible. At Lelli Law Firm, we are equipped to handle all Class 2 – 6 felonies. It is crucial to obtain legal representation even throughout police investigations as we can ensure that your Constitutional Rights will be protected.

Felony crimes fall under six classifications under Arizona law. A Class 1 felony is the most serious, and class 6 is the least. A person charged with a Class 2-6 felony may be looking at a range of sentencing options. Murder is the only crime that falls under a Class 1 Felony. In Arizona, most people charged will be given the presumptive sentence, but different circumstances could lead to a longer or shorter sentence. The presumptive sentence is where the sentencing Judge will begin, depending on whether someone has mitigating factors (factors in your favor) or aggravators (factors against you) that may go up or down the sentencing chart.

For a first time non-dangerous felony offense, the ranges are as follows in the Department of Corrections with probation being available:

A Class 2 felony would face a presumptive sentence of 5 years, mitigated sentence of 3 years, and aggravated sentence of 12.5 years.

A class 3 felony would face a presumptive sentence of 3.5 years, mitigated sentence of 2 years, and aggravated sentence of 8.75 years.

A class 4 felony would face a presumptive sentence of 2.5 years, mitigated sentence of 1 years, and aggravated sentence of 3.75 years.

A class 5 felony would face a presumptive sentence of 1.5 years, mitigated sentence of .5 years, and aggravated sentence of 3.75 years.

A class 6 felony would face a presumptive sentence of 1 years, mitigated sentence of 2 years, and aggravated sentence of 8.75 years.

We handle a variety of criminal felony cases, including but not limited to:

  • Aggravated DUI

  • Vehicular Crimes

  • Assault / Violent Crimes

  • Sex Crimes

  • Drug Crimes

  • Fraud Crimes

  • Theft Crimes

  • Arson

  • Endangerment

  • Misconduct involving weapons