We Can Defend You Against Felony Charges In Lexington Kentucky and Surrounding Counties

 

The defense of felony charges is one area where your lawyer's knowledge is essential. As such, it is important to hire an attorney who thoroughly understands the sentencing guidelines, the unique procedures of court and the rules of evidence. You also need to retain an attorney with the necessary trial experience to defend you against both state and federal felony charges.

Located in Lexington Kentucky, Anggelis & Gordon has over 30 years of criminal law experience in both the state and federal courts. With over 400 cases to his name, he knows the importance of thorough preparation in a felony case. If you face serious felony charges, contact Anggelis & Gordon to schedule an initial consultation.

Charges We Can Defend For Ketucky Residents

Felony charges can be brought for multiple offenses and carry severe penalties, which can affect you for the remainder of your life. Some of the felony charges that Anggelis & Gordon can defend you against include:

  • Murder or homicide

  • Aggravated assault

  • Armed robbery and burglary

  • Drug trafficking and possession

  • Domestic violence

  • Weapons Charges

As many felony charges carry mandatory minimum jail sentences that provide the judge or prosecutor with little discretion, it is important to act quickly when charged with a serious crime. Anggelis & Gordon is familiar with the Kentucky courts and will fight to protect your rights from your bail hearing to your trial.

There Is Hope When Facing Serious Charges

While it may seem like the evidence is stacked against you, you have a chance to mount an aggressive defense. If you face serious felony charges, contact the Law Offices of Anggelis & Gordon to schedule your initial consultation. 

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