Felony Cases

A felony is defined as any crime punishable by more than one year in prison. Felonies are divided into five different degrees. Felonies are those crimes which are punishable more than one year in prison, and are the highest level of crimes in Florida. In the state of Florida felonies are handled in circuit court by judges who were elected or appointed to the circuit court bench.

Listed below are some examples of felonies:
•Homicide                 •Resisting Arrest (with violence)               •Juvenile
•Trafficking                • Grand Theft                                          • DUI
•Delivery                   •Grand Theft Auto                                   • Felony DUI
•Manufacturing          • Dealing in Stolen Property                     •Felony DWLS
•Possession of Drug Paraphernalia • Strong Arm Robbery          • Fraud
•Sex Crimes             • Battery LEO(Law Enforcement Officer)    •Identity Theft
•Sexual Battery         • Stalking                                            •Embezzlement
•Lewd & Lascivious     •White Collar                                        •Forgery
• Carrying a Concealed Weapon                          • Discharge of a firearm