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At Ingram Law LLC, we have successfully defended criminal cases in state and federal court. Let Attorney Joseph A. Ingram help you decide the best course of action in your case. We understand how to artfully present a defense against government charges and work diligently to protect your rights throughout the process.
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Felonies in Alabama
The Alabama Criminal Code is Title 13A and it defines every crime that is charged in Alabama. A person can be charged with a state crime, as well as a federal crime at the same time, and a similar charge.
Felonies in Alabama are divided by classification such as: Class A felony, Class B felony, and Class C felony. Sentencing Ranges for Crimes can be found under Title 13A-5-6.
Class A felonies are the most serious crimes in the State of Alabama and the sentencing range is not less than 10 years to life. For a Class A felony, when a deadly weapon was used, or a Class A felony criminal sex offense the punishment is not less than (20) twenty years.
Attorney Joseph A. Ingram has handled many of the most serious felonies in Alabama and handled the case to a jury verdict including the following:
- Murder or attempted murder
- Rape, sexual torture/abuse, sodomy
- First-degree kidnapping
- Trafficking cocaine or Heroin
Class B felonies carry a sentencing range of not less than (2) years and not more than (20) years in Alabama. A Class C felony carries a sentencing range of not less than (1) one year and (1) one day and not more than (10) years.
The following are some Class B felonies that Ingram Law LLC has successfully defended:
- First-degree burglary
- First-degree domestic violence
- Vehicular homicide
- Discharge of a gun into an occupied building/vehicle
Additionally, we have successfully defended a number of Class C felonies. Often the charges may be dismissed or reduced to a misdemeanor.
The following are some Class C felonies defended:
- Computer crimes
- Credit card use and fraud
- Identity theft
- Possession of forged instrument, theft of property, and shoplifting.
Misdemeanors in Alabama
Misdemeanors are crimes that could subject a client to receiving a sentence up to one year (1) in jail. If you have some sort of misdemeanor or traffic violation, we have represented clients in almost every municipal court in the state of Alabama.
Misdemeanors that are most often prosecuted in Municipal Courts:
- Stop sign
- Reckless driving
- Seatbelt violation
- Child restraint
- Failure to provide car insurance
- Commercial tickets
- Possession of marijuana
- Possession of paraphernalia
- Third-degree domestic violence
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