If you have been charged with a Florida felony in Seminole County, you could face jail time, prison and/or fines, depending on the degree of your charge and other factors in your case. The majority of felony cases in Seminole County are resolved without prison time. The state of Florida has five classifications of felonies. A Capital felony is punishable by the death penalty. A life felony is punishable by life in prison and a $15,000 fine. A felony of the first degree is punishable by a maximum of 30 years in prison or probation or any combination of the two and a $10,000 fine. A felony of the second degree is punishable by 15 years in prison or probation or any combination of the two and a $10,000 fine. A felony of the third degree is punishable by 5 years in prison or probation or any combination of the two and a $5,000 fine. A variety of crimes in Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Sanford, Winter Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo or Longwood can be classified as felony. If you have been charged with a felony in Seminole County, you have options and defenses, Contact Seminole County felony lawyer Kevin J. Pitts to get a better idea of what you are facing. A Seminole County criminal defense lawyer can investigate possible defenses in your case and can make sure you get the best possible result. Mr. Pitts is a former prosecutor and Seminole County felony criminal defense attorney. Call 407-268-3688 to set up a free consultation with attorney Kevin J. Pitts.