Legal Advice for “Felonies” — 671 results
Written by attorney Salim Sheikh, 6 months ago.
Starting January 1st 2014, Illinois has expanded the number of Felony convictions that are eligible to be sealed. Only Three Felony Convictions were Eligible to be Sealed in Illinois before... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Haupt, almost 2 years ago.
Indiana law has two different felonies under which a person can be charged for failing to pay child support. Essentially, the way that the statute is written, is that it is possible to be... more
Written by attorney James Regan, about 1 year ago.
What is a Violent Felony Offender of Special Concern in Florida? The definition is found in:
(b)For purposes of this section and ss.903.0351,948.064, and921.0024, the... more
Written by attorney Mark M Rollins, almost 2 years ago.
So you have been charged with a Felony in D.C. Superior Court. What happens next?
D.C. Superior Court operates very similar to the federal jurisdiction and the bail laws are very similar... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Haupt, about 1 year ago.
Under most scenarios and for most people an OWI or DUI charge will lead to a misdemeanor charge. However, there are instances when an OWI can become more than just a misdemeanor.
Written by attorney Jared Austin, about 1 year ago.
If you have been convicted of a felony in Michigan, you automatically lose your right to possess, use, transport, sell, purchase, carry, ship, receive, or distribute a firearm under MCL... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Paul, about 1 year ago.
As a former prosecutor and current Michigan criminal defense attorney, I come across some of the most bizarre stories involving bars and nightclubs. One of the most common scenarios is... more
Written by attorney Matthew Keenan, 9 months ago.
Beginning January 1, 2014, certain types of felony offenders will now be eligible to leave their criminal record in the past.
Under the new law, offenders with convictions for non-violent... more
Written by attorney Clifton Carden, about 1 year ago.
What are the penalties for a Felony DWI Conviction?
Felony means an offense for which a term of imprisonment over one year may be imposed.
All of the most serious crimes are... more
Written by attorney Lisa J. Schmidt, almost 2 years ago.
Felonies are the most serious of criminal offenses. Their maximum penalty must be more than 1 year in a state prison. Because of the severity of the punishment, you have a Constitutional... more
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