Greenville Criminal Defense Lawyer
With nearly a decade of legal experience that includes being a former prosecutor and former municipal judge, our Greenville attorney at Christopher L. Jones, Attorney at Law can handle any criminal defense or other legal matter that comes our way. When you’re arrested or accused of a crime, you want to be sure to hire a legal team that understands the ins and outs of the system, and has the professionalism and passion needed to advocate fiercely for you in court. Our lawyer has all that and more.
Whether you’ve been charged with domestic violence or a violent crime, our team can look into your case. We treat all our clients equally and without judgment to help alleviate the stress you may be going through during this challenging time in your life.
Very good experience with Chris. Professional, approachable and always kept us updated. Very happy with his services and outcome of the case.
Chris was a pleasure to work with, he definitely kept me reassured during the case. He was very convenient, knowledgeable, experienced and kept in close communication with me. I am definitely satisfied with the outcome and will recommend him moving forward.
Highly recommend! Professional and respectful. Keeps you informed up to date.
Hired a few attorneys in my life, but Chris Jones exceeded my expectations in every way.
Chris Jones was highly recommended to me by another local attorney. Chris is patient, kind and thorough. I will definitely recommend him.
I would recommend Chris Jones. He kept us up to date on all the info. He worked hard on my husband’s case that could have been a felony that turned into a misdemeanor. We were very proud to have Chris on our side at this difficult time. Would definitly recommend Chris Jones!
Criminal Defense Cases
Besides representing you and your case, we also work to educate all our clients on the legal process so they understand their options and what lies at stake.
For instance, we can define the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor. A misdemeanor is a less serious crime than a felony that can involve jail time, small fines, and temporary punishments. A felony, on the other hand, is one of the most serious crimes that come with longer jail or prison sentences, fines, and the loss of freedoms – some of them permanent.
There are various classes of misdemeanors and felonies that denote imprisonment lengths.
Misdemeanor classes include:
- Class A misdemeanor – one year or less, but more than six months
- Class B misdemeanor – six months or less, but more than thirty days
- Class C misdemeanor – thirty days or less, but more than five days
Felony classes include:
- Class A felony – life imprisonment or the death penalty
- Class B felony – twenty-five or more years
- Class C felony – less than twenty-five years, but more than ten years
- Class D felony – less than ten years, but more than five years
- Class E felony – less than five years, but more than one year
During your consultation and if we take you on as a client, we can define all of these terms and more.
A domestic violence charge can be terrifying and serious. Whether it is a first offense or repeat charge, the legal process you will face can be overwhelming…
A DUI arrest can be an intimidating and frightening experience. This is especially true for those who have never been under arrest before…
Violent crimes are punished severely upon a conviction. These are crimes that are caused through violent actions or threats against others as well as crimes that contain extensive violations of the law…
Theft crimes in the state of South Carolina fall under the general heading of “larceny.” This covers the theft of all things, from goods to personal property and any other items of value…
Solutions to Serious Problems
Our Greenville lawyer works hard to protect the reputations and rights of the criminally accused. Our proven track record of success shows that we’re not afraid to defend your rights in court, and we’re passionate about doing whatever it takes to achieve the results you want. At Christopher L. Jones, Attorney at Law, we provide only the most compassionate service for our clients, as we know how stressful this time may be for you.
Why You Need a Lawyer
If you don’t know the full extent of your rights after being accused and head to court by yourself, you won’t be able to successfully defend yourself. Having no idea what your options are can make your case feel like a lost cause. You need an aggressive attorney with a thorough understanding of the criminal justice system and relationships built with judges to be on your side – our law firm can provide that attorney.
Don’t wait to seek counsel for your urgent legal matter. Call our team today at (864) 625-2523 for a free consultation.
We believe the best partnerships are those based on mutual trust. When you call us for your free consultation, you’ll speak directly to our lawyer. We believe it’s important from the get-go to foster direct communication with our clients to get a full understanding of their cases and what their needs are. Having all the details allows us to prepare accordingly as well as put a personal touch on all that we do.
Our Greenville lawyer is community and client-oriented. We strive to put your needs first in order to achieve results that work for you.