Felonies

Laurie Jubelirer rigorously defends clients accused of felony offenses. She works hard to negotiate the best possible outcome for her clients. Her process includes thoroughly reviewing the police paperwork; preparing, filing, and litigating motions to suppress evidence based on any illegal and unconstitutional actions by police; and taking cases to trial. Laurie strives to provide the best possible defense with the goal of a reduction in charges or obtaining an acquittal.

What is considered a felony in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania recognizes three different degrees of felonies. First-degree felonies are the most severe charges in this category, while third-degree felonies are the least severe.  

 

Examples of felony offenses include: 

First-Degree Felony:
Second-Degree Felony:
Third-Degree Felony:

What are the penalties for a felony in Pennsylvania?

Penalties for a felony conviction vary based on the degree of the offense. The maximum penalty for a first-degree felony conviction is up to 20 years in prison and/or $25,000 in fines.

Myself or a loved one has been arrested for a criminal offense. Now what?

WHAT our CLIENTS SAY

Lucky to have found her…

I hired Laurie in January 2016 for my son regarding a criminal defense. Felonies were pending; however, Laurie worked tirelessly to assist my family. It resulted in no jail time and phone in parole. I know everyone’s situation is different but Laurie was the best. Highly recommended….Thank you Laurie if I haven’t said it already.

– Donna

Best Lawyer around

If you’re looking for a lawyer who cares about their clients then you found the right one. Laurie was there for me when other lawyers failed to help me out in the time of need. She stood by my side with my case and we successfully got what we wanted. Without out Laurie’s help I wouldn’t know where I would be.

– Adam