Felony criminal charges typically are more serious in nature, carrying a potential sentence of more than one year of imprisonment.  Such offenses may include allegations of violent acts, certain drug and weapons crimes, and property crimes involving significant value. In order for the government to charge an individual with a felony, the prosecutor typically must obtain an indictment from a grand jury, a group of citizens who must approve any charges brought.  Attorney Grey Gardner has many years of experience representing people in grand jury proceedings as well as defending people in felony jury trials involving allegations of many different felony crimes, including armed robbery, aggravated assault, forgery, unlawful carrying of weapons, carjacking, drug distribution, and other offenses.