Legal Advice for “Felonies” — 210 results
Written by attorney Jeffery Haupt, almost 3 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 Lisa J. Schmidt, almost 3 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
Written by attorney Michael Fannon, about 1 month ago.
This legal guide discusses the law judges in California must follow when considering whether to grant probation to a person convicted of a felony. All references to statutory authority in... more
Written by attorney H Brian Dumeer, about 1 year ago.
In Connecticut, and most other parts of the country, criminal charges are divided up between felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are more serious than misdemeanors, and carry different... more
Written by attorney James Garrett, over 1 year ago.
Criminal acts always have the potential to spiral out of control and may have unforeseen consequences that were never part of the plan. Under Virginias felony homicide law, if one of those... more
Written by attorney Robert LeBrasseur, about 3 years ago.
Felony sentences in Maine are imposed pursusant to a three step anaylsis codified by our legislators.This codification creates a three-step process that sets a framework for courts to... more
Written by attorney Kevin Pettrey, over 1 year ago.
This guide will break down and show the basic flow of a felony criminal case in Virginia. Not every case follows this model, but most do.
Written by attorney Erik Adler Friis, over 3 years ago.
After an arrest and criminal accusations have been made it will be very important for you to understand the totality of the charges that have been made in your name. Depending on the... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 2 years ago.
Joshua Paul Calhoun, 28, tried to steal an airplane by jump-starting it with a pickup truck battery.
He arrived at a small airport in Athens, Texas just after sunrise. Calhoun had his eyes... more
Written by attorney Anthony Nze Nwosu, over 2 years ago.
Controversial issues involving aggravated felony
AlthoughU.S. Congressmade it perfecly clear that in order for any criminal offense to qualify as an "aggravated felony", it must be a "crime... more
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