Legal Advice for “Felonies” — 198 results
Written by attorney Michael Lukehart, 12 months ago.
Some suggested topics and techniques that are essential to the first interview. Information the Client Needs to Know. First, and foremost, introduce yourself. Your client wants to know who... more
Written by attorney Kevin Adams, 12 months ago.
A brief overview of the Oklahoma state Felony Process with an emphasis on Tulsa County cases. Beginning of the Process The formal felony process typically begins with the filing of the... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, about 1 year ago.
34-year-old Erica Cibrian has been accused of stealing approximately $8,300 from two golf courses in Yuma, Arizona. At the time of the offense, Cibrian was reportedly employed as an... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
Arizona has a felony murder rule, which states that a killing of a person occurring in the course of, or in the immediate flight from, the commission of the following crimes will be... more
Written by attorney Paul Tyler, almost 4 years ago.
A felony is obviously the most serious type of criminal charge. As such, these cases are handled differently by the courts than misdemeanor charges.
A felony can be charged by way of a... more
Written by attorney Steven Topazio, almost 4 years ago.
Consequences for misdemeanors and felony convictions are entirely different. A defendant must understand which crime he has been charged with in order to understand what will happen if... more
Written by attorney Luke Nichols, over 1 year ago.
Judicial Process for Felonies
If you are charged with a felony, your case will take a lot more time and more court appearances. The exact process and requirements for the felony judicial... more
Written by attorney Max Gorby, almost 4 years ago.
Misdemeanor Expungement If you were convicted of a misdemeanor and are still on probation, you may request early release from probation and file petition to have conviction dismissed. To... more
Written by attorney David C. Newton, over 1 year ago.
Breaking and Entering in the Nighttime to Commit a Felony in Massachusetts
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 266 section 16 states [w]hoever, in the night time, breaks and enters a... more
Written by attorney Saad Qamer Qadri, over 1 year ago.
A felony case in Washington State, is a very serious matter that should never be taken lightly.Felonies are divided into classes; Class A, Class B, and Class C.Class A felonies include the... more
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