Felonies are serious charges that carry life-changing penalties. In South Carolina there are even misdemeanor charges that carry up to 10 years imprisonment. These serious consequences require an equally serious defense.
You can find that defense at the law firm of David W. Farrell, Attorney at Law, in Columbia, South Carolina. We are committed to evening the odds and defending you against felony charges.
We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible. At our law office, we believe in taking immediate action to prevent the life-changing consequences that could result from a felony conviction. We represent clients in Columbia, Lexington and throughout South Carolina.
More Than 28 Years of Experience With Felony Charges
We work hard to defend your rights in any felony case. We will investigate the specifics of your arrest and obtain statements of victims, police officers and witnesses. We examine the physical evidence and police reports. Your case will be handled directly by attorney Farrell, who brings over 28 years of criminal law experience to organize this information and plan the most effective way to resolve your case.
Examples of felony charges we handle include:
- Internet crimes such as fraud or sexual exploitation of a minor
- Drug offenses such as trafficking and possession with intent to distribute
- White collar crimes such as embezzlement and fraud
- Crimes of violence such as assault and battery, robbery, manslaughter and murder
Attorney Farrell is a former South Carolina state prosecutor who has seen the other side of these cases. Now, the knowledge gained in that position is put to use for people who have been accused of serious felony charges. We know the opposition. We know their tactics. We know their weaknesses. We know how to get results.
Talk to an Experienced Felony Defense Lawyer Today
Call 803-807-2205 for a free initial consultation about your felony charge. Lawyer David W. Farrell will evaluate your case, answer your questions, address your concerns and advise you of your legal options.