Serving Greeley and
Weld County, Colorado
"The 'P' in la Plante is for Persistence"
The consequences of either a felony conviction or conviction for a serious misdemeanor can follow you for years, or even for a lifetime.
When facing charges for either a felony or misdemeanor offense, you need to have an attorney by your side who will provide you with the skilled and experienced counsel you need to fight aggressively for your rights in court.
If you've been charged with either type of offense, you can count on Ann la Plante to provide the experienced and skilled legal defense you need on your side.
You may be charged with a serious misdemeanor or felony offense due to a mistake made by either the police or a prosecutor. Sometimes an overly aggressive prosecutor will escalate a misdemeanor charge into a serious misdemeanor or even a felony charge. Sometimes we can make a mistake that we regret later, and end up facing charges that can irrevocably change our lives for the worse.
If convicted of a felony, in addition to facing a prison term, paying fines, and having your chances of future employment severely curtailed, you may lose many of your basic rights as a citizen, such as:
Don't risk your future on a felony or a serious misdemeanor conviction. Call Ann la Plante, Attorney at Law today at 970-304-9205 for more information or to make an appointment.
The right to vote (on a temporary basis)
The right to serve on a jury
The right to possess firearms
Certain parental rights and benefits
Your eligibility for certain government assistance programs
The right to hold a passport and travel abroad