Felony Defense for Clients in Blackfoot and Throughout Idaho

The felony case you face can carry severe punishments. Besides the drawn-out process of a trial, you may face a jail or prison sentence and harsh fines or restitution, along with general harm to your personal and professional reputation. If you’re confronting a felony charge, you need to take immediate action to protect yourself and your future.

The Legal Experience and Wisdom You Need in a Tough Time

With over two decades of experience fighting for his client’s rights, along with years of experience as a former deputy prosecutor, Ron Tyler Bird, Esq. can help you build a defense strategy that can work in your favor. By actively listening to and discussing your unique circumstances, Ron can help lessen the stress of a criminal charge and strive towards a more positive outcome for you. He’ll fully review the specifics of your case to make sure that you’re represented as a human being, not a case number. Ron will explore the potential of resolving criminal matters with less stress by negotiating directly with the district attorney’s office, or seeking to have charges dismissed altogether. But he’s also ready to go to trial if need be to defend your future and reputation aggressively, and make certain that your legal rights are represented fairly.

Act Now for Quality Legal Service for First Time and Older Cases

Whether you’re facing your first felony charge or you have a history, you shouldn’t hesitate to get Ron’s help. If you’ve been charged and sentenced in an old felony case and are concerned about the impact it can have on your record, including background checks, Ron can look into getting your prior conviction dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge. In any case, you should contact Bird Law Offices as soon as possible to start meeting hearing and paperwork deadlines. We help good people in bad situations.

For over 25 years, Bird Law Offices has been providing felony legal help in Blackfoot and throughout Idaho. No matter the details of your case or your history, call (208) 785-4321.

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