An Attorney Who Listens to You And Fights for Your Rights

Aurora Felony Crimes Defense Attorney

Fight to Protect Your Rights & Your Future

Having felony charges against you can change your life. If not dismissed and sealed, these charges will always be visible for prying eyes to see. If you have a drug felony conviction and avoid all law enforcement contact for long enough, you may be able to seal a felony drug conviction. Otherwise, you will always need to explain them on job interviews. Attorney Mark Solomon handles all sorts of felony charges and has the experience to help you protect your future.

Call (720) 613-9992 now or contact Solomon Criminal Defense online to get started on your free consultation.

Award-Winning Representation

Attorney Mark Solomon has earned a reputation throughout Aurora as the attorney clients can trust, garnering a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating, two consecutive years named among Rising Stars®, and the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for 2017.

Solomon Criminal Defense helps those who face felony charges, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug trafficking
  • Theft
  • Domestic violence
  • Felony assaults and menacing
  • Assault on a police officer
  • Fleeing and evading police
  • Burglary

Don't go to prison when you don't have to. Do you want to wear handcuffs when being transported around your new house? Do you want to worry about your parole review date? When facing felony charges, having an attorney is crucial, and should be easy to understand.

A qualified attorney can help you look into:

  • Whether or not the felony charges correct or if you are being overcharged
  • Whether or not you should even face felony charges
  • Lowering bail
  • Preliminary hearings on your felony charges
  • Negotiating a plea offer
  • Going to trial
  • Sentencing that doesn’t involve prison, such as probation, deferred judgments, or community corrections

Deferred Judgments

In a deferred judgment, a defendant admits guilt to a charge, but delays sentencing to a far off date usually measured in years. Prosecutors require the defendant to complete steps to assure the government that he will not do these acts again, such as classes like anger management, theft, drug counseling, mental health evaluations, or family counseling.

If the defendant cost any party money or destroyed property, the government will insist on the defendant paying restitution to the victims. A deferred judgment is like probation, but with the added benefit of the possibility of avoiding a conviction if the defendant complies with these terms.

Sealing a Dismissed Deferred Judgment

If the court dismisses the deferred judgment, the defendant can petition the court to seal the case. If the case is sealed, it will not visible on background checks.

Consequences of Being a Convicted Felon

If you accept a plea agreement on felony charges, it is the same as being convicted at trial.

Society and the legal system treats a convicted felon differently:

  • You cannot possess firearms, because to do so is another felony.
  • You may not be eligible for government assistance. This is especially true if the conviction was drug related.
  • Future cases are worse because prosecutors will treat felons worse as more serious previous offenders.
  • Getting a job is harder because employers will see felonies on background checks.
  • You cannot vote.

Don’t let your past destroy your future. Contact Solomon Criminal Defense today. Dial (720) 613-9992.

Case Results

How Solomon Criminal Defense Gets Results

When your rights are on the line, getting help from an award-winning Aurora criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference. With a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and two consecutive years named among Rising Stars®, Solomon Criminal Defense offers the quality representation your case needs to obtain the best possible outcome for your situation. Find out more by reading below. Call today and schedule your free consultation.
  • Dismissed Assault
  • Not Guilty Verdict at Trial Assault
  • Not Guilty at Trial Assault
  • Dismissed Assault (Domesic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Not Guilty Verdict at Trial Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)