Legal Advice for “Felonies” — 197 results
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 Robert Berke, over 3 years ago.
This guide seeks to debunk some very common misunderstandings about the effects of an aggravated felony on the availability of relief in Immigration Court proceedings.
Written by attorney Purav Bhatt, over 3 years ago.
Many of my clients do not know what the difference is between felony and misdemeanor cases. Having an understanding of the difference between the two categories of criminal charges allows... 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 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
Written by attorney Jasen Nielsen, over 1 year ago.
California DUI - Only 3 Ways to be a Felony
Driving Under the Influenceis generally a misdemeanor offense throughout the state of California. One's blood alcohol level has no impact on... more
Written by attorney Paul Tyler, over 3 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, over 3 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 Jeremy S Geigle, almost 2 years ago.
In the state of Florida, it is estimated that 10% of the voting population has been denied their right to vote. Ex-felons in FL must wait 5-7 years before they can apply for their voting... more
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