Criminal Defense Put the Inside Knowledge of a Former Prosecutor to Work for You

Greenville Lawyer Handling Criminal Defense Cases

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.

Call us today to discuss your case for free at (864) 559-8999, or contact us online.

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.

Our Criminal Defense Services

With almost a decade of legal experience, our attorney has helped many individuals achieve success in their unique cases and can use that knowledge to help you.

Our criminal defense services include:

Felonies vs. Misdemeanors

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 prion 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.

Contact our Greenville criminal defense lawyer at (864) 559-8999.

Recent Case Results

Effective Defense from a Former Prosecutor
  • Case Dismissed Assault and Battery
  • Case Dismissed Domestic Violence
  • Charge Reduced Domestic Violence 1st Degree
  • Case Dismissed Domestic Violence 2nd degree
  • Charge Reduced Felony DUI
  • Charge Reduced Kidnapping and Domestic Violence
  • Case Dismissed Public Disorderly Conduct
  • Case Dismissed Public Disorderly Conduct
  • Case Dismissed Shoplifting
  • Case Dismissed Unlawful Neglect
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Quality Representation You Need

Why Choose Christopher Jones?
  • Personalized Service
  • Deep Knowledge of the Legal System
  • Highly Respected in the Legal Community
  • Part-Time Municipal Judge
  • Former Solicitor in South Carolina
  • Nearly a Decade of Legal Experience