Vista 3 Strike Attorney

Facing a felony charge and possible conviction, which could result as a strike?

The 3 Strike Law went into effect in 1994, instituting prison terms of 25 years to life for anyone convicted of a felony, who has two prior strikes for serious felonies listed under California Penal Code Section 1192.7 (c). These include, Assault, Assault with a deadly weapon, attempted murder, certain terrorist acts, carjacking, exploding a destructive device, first degree burglary, grand theft, kidnapping, lewd and lascivious acts, murder, mayhem, rape, robbery, sodomy by force, and sexual abuse of a child. Due to the harsh sentencing practices set by the State of California, it’s imperative that you retain the services of a qualified, experienced, and reputable 3 strike criminal defense attorney like Kenneth Elliott in order to achieve a favorable outcome.

If you’ve received a prison sentence due to the three strike law, you MUST serve at least 80% of that sentence.

Once you have a strike or two on your record, even the most petty of offenses can put you behind bars for more than 25 years. If you find yourself facing your first strike, second strike, or a possible third, Vista Three Strike Attorney, Ken Elliott, has the experience needed in order to have prior convictions that have been labeled strikes, dismissed or eliminated. Once you’ve been arrested and charged with a felony, having the 3 strike law legal representation of Mr. Elliott can help in eliminating those charges. In the unfortunate event that you’ve been convicted and face a prison sentence, Vista 3 strike attorney, Ken Elliott, can aide in the reduction of that sentence. Any kind of possible felony conviction needs to be taken seriously, even if it doesn’t result in a strike. The State of California has legal experts in place in an effort to convict you, and you deserve the experience of Mr. Elliott in your corner fighting for your freedom and rights.


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