Greenville Defense Attorney for Felony Charges
Understand Your Rights in South Carolina
There are six classes of felonies in the State of South Carolina, and the
punishment for conviction varies greatly. People who are convicted of
felony offenses can face punishments from large fines to lengthy prison
sentences. If you have been charged with a felony, it is vitally important
to consult with an experienced Greenville felony defense attorney and
understand your rights and options.
Client-Centered Counsel Available 24/7
At Hisker Law Firm, PC, we have a background in representing tough felony
cases, as our first trial was a murder trial. Over the years, we have
learned the many sophisticated ways of fighting these types of charges.
When you work with our
Greenville criminal defense attorney, he will review every detail of the case and refuse to do any plea bargaining
until all investigations have been completed. We always come prepared
to negotiate favorable terms on your behalf. But if your case needs to
be taken to trial, our
experienced trial attorney will not hesitate to help you challenge your charges in court.
We can defend any type of felony case, including:
In over 15 years, we have
defended over 1,000 clients in a wide range of cases, including felonies. Clients trust our firm because
of our proven record and because they can always reach us whenever they
need to. Our firm's client-centered defense is available 24/7.
Consequences that Convicted Felons Face
Because it is common practice to punish these types of crimes to the fullest
extent of the law, convicted felons face many lifelong consequences, and
can lose some of their basic civil rights. This includes the right to
vote, purchase or carry firearms, and even the right to sit on a jury.
They may also be prevented from taking part in government-run programs,
such as welfare or federal housing.
*These results are provided to show the types of cases that
Steve Hisker has handled in the past. Nothing provided should create an expectation
that Steve Hisker can achieve similar results in any case.
Original Charge 1: Accessory A/F MURDER
Potential Penalty: 15 YEARS PRISON
Original Charge: Armed Robbery and Accessory A/F Murder, Client later
arrested for unrelated drug and pistol possession.
Result: Probation for pistol and marijuana - All other charges dismissed
Schedule Your Consultation Today: (864) 610-1277
case consultation, we can sit down with you and help you fully understand the consequences
of having a felony conviction on your record. We will then work to build
a strong case that aims to minimize the impact of your charges.
Contact Hisker Law Firm, PC
at (864) 610-1277 for more information
about how we can aggressively fight your felony charges!