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:
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.