Aggressive Representation When The Stakes Are High

A felony conviction almost certainly means prison time, which strips you of many rights and haunts you every time you fill out a job application. Christopher A. Wellborn, P.A., provides an aggressive response to felony charges to spare you from prison or soften the punishment if convicted.

Christopher A. Wellborn is a former prosecutor with 30 years of criminal law experience and the only private practice attorney in Rock Hill who practices exclusively in criminal defense. He has handled hundreds of felony cases in York County and throughout South Carolina, including a capital murder case that ended in acquittal.

We understand what’s at stake and how to attack the prosecution’s case. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

Defense Against A Wide Array Of Felony Charges

Our firm has defended those accused of nonviolent and violent felony crimes, both state crimes and federal charges, including:

Fighting The Charges And Limiting The Punishment

Felony crimes can carry a prison sentence from five years (Class E felony) up to 30 years to life (Class A felony). Many are no-parole offenses, requiring the person to serve at least 85 percent of the sentence before they are even eligible for a parole hearing.

A felony conviction has lasting collateral consequences. Non-U.S. citizens are subject to detention and deportation. Convicted felons cannot serve in the military, possess a firearm or serve on a jury. A criminal record can disqualify you from school, employment opportunities and professional licenses.

Christopher A. Wellborn will examine every facet of your traffic stop, arrest or interrogation and the warrant, as well as any physical evidence and witness or informant testimony. He works for the best possible outcome given the facts of your case: dismissal of charges, diversion programs to keep the conviction off your record, plea agreements to lessen the penalties or defending you at trial when pleading guilty is not an option.

Get The Strategic Defense You Need

Don’t answer any questions or sign any statements until you have talked to a lawyer. Call Christopher A. Wellborn immediately at 803-746-4302.