Put More Than 20 Years Of Courtroom Experience To Work For You

Great Falls, Montana, Criminal Defense Attorney

Last updated on October 11, 2022

Felony crimes are more serious than misdemeanors and carry more serious penalties. According to the criminal code of the state of Montana, a person convicted of a felony offense faces a minimum sentence of one year in a state prison.

Clearly, if you are being investigated for the commission of a felony crime, or if you already have been charged with committing a felony crime, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who understands the felony process and who will explore all avenues of defense on your issue.

From the office of The Law Office of Carl B. Jensen Jr., PLLC, in Great Falls, Montana, I aggressively defend individuals against both felony and misdemeanor charges. I review every aspect of your case, using skilled crime scene investigators, scientific analysts, medical experts and other specialists to strengthen your case.

If convicted, an offender’s felony record will not be expunged or cleared for some time. This can disqualify you for a job, prevent you from coaching a youth sports team, deny you the right to own firearms and have many other ramifications. A knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer is vital to minimizing the long-term impact of a felony charge.

A Great Falls Criminal Defense Attorney Who Will Fight For You

Depending upon the charge and how many times the accused has been arrested, it may be possible to negotiate reduced charges that are no longer felonies. It is critical to have an attorney who understands the negotiation process and what options prosecutors are likely to agree to.

It is also important to retain the services of a lawyer who prepares meticulously for trial and has a proven track record in court. I have successfully defended hundreds of clients in court during my over 20 years of practicing law.

I offer a free consultation and can answer your questions regarding any felony charges you face, including these:

  • Homicide
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Robbery
  • Arson
  • Aggravated assault
  • Sexual intercourse without consent
  • DUI felonies

If you have questions for a Great Falls, Montana, criminal defense attorney, call 406-205-0320 or email me to schedule an appointment.