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Felony Lawyers in Delaware County

Defending Your Future in Franklin County, Union County, Marion County, & Morrow County

If you have been arrested for a felony charge, you should talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Whether you are entirely innocent of your charges or had a momentary lapse in judgment, you do not deserve to face the harsh Ohio criminal justice system alone. Our proven lawyer will handle communications with law enforcement and prevent you from jeopardizing your defense.

At The Law Office of Brian Jones, LLC, we know that our clients are good people who are facing a challenging situation. We will stop at nothing to prove your innocence and protect your reputation from false allegations. For clients who may have made a mistake, we will do everything in our power to reduce or eliminate the consequences that you may face.

Attorney Brian Jones defends clients in all Ohio courts, including the U.S. District Courts for both the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio. Our attorneys are English and Spanish speakers, so you can communicate in whichever language feels most comfortable. 

Call our office at (740) 883-3400 to schedule an appointment with an attorney.

What Types of Felony Charges Can a Defense Attorney Help Me With?

We are a team of committed lawyers and staff who understand the frightening prospect of a criminal conviction. We will begin building your case and defending your rights as soon as you enlist our support. Our felony attorneys in Delaware County will prepare for trial from day one.

We defend clients from many types of felony charges, including those related to:

If law enforcement charges your child with a crime, our attorneys will aggressively defend them in negotiations and the courtroom. We will protect your child’s future and ensure that they can move past any mistakes and move forward with their lives in a positive direction.

What Can Happen if I’m Convicted of a Felony?

A conviction can cause consequences that may negatively affect your way of life now and in the future. Ohio Revised Code provides a range of consequences for each offense, which include a minimum and maximum sentence (re: incarceration time frame), community sanctions, and potential fines. The ranges specified are guidelines the court uses to decide the final disposition based on the proceedings of your case. The possible consequences determined in your case are normally the beginning of issues that may continue to affect your life. 

Some related problems are:

  • Loss of job
  • Loss of property
  • Loss of driver’s license
  • Loss of residence
  • Loss of privacy
  • Loan refusal
  • Inability to seal record or juvenile record
  • Loss of family (or limited contact with family)
  • Loss of the right to own or carry a firearm
  • Inability to volunteer with youth or state-ran program
  • Difficulty finding job
  • Higher likelihood to re-offend
  • Inability to vote
  • Refusal to update licensure
  • Expulsion from school
  • Job application rejection
  • Inability to operate a daycare facility, become a bondsman, or practice law
  • Possible PTSD
  • Ineligible from serving as the personal representative or executor of a deceased person’s estate

Employers in Ohio have the right to terminate your employment based on a criminal conviction. If you are employed with organizations that require a security clearance, serve the public, or conduct background checks, then a conviction for certain offenses will most likely disqualify you from retaining your current position.

To limit or eliminate the negative effects of a criminal conviction, we suggest you reach out to an attorney with the knowledge and desire to defend your rights by creating a specified defense plan tailored to you and your case.

  • “We will always be grateful for everything he did for our family.” - Rebecca k.
  • “Brian Jones is my go to referral for criminal cases in Ohio.” - Bryan F.
  • “Brian Knows the law and he knows the Courts.” - Jason B.

Do I Need a Lawyer if I’ve Been Charged with a Felony?

Our team of Delaware County felony lawyers know how to fight your charges aggressively. They will do everything they can to get the best possible outcome for your case. The sooner you start building a defense against your charges, the better.

You can schedule an appointment by calling us at (740) 883-3400 or using our contact form. Se habla español.

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