Legal Advice for “Felonies” — 202 results
Written by attorney Aileen G. Henry, about 4 years ago.
This guide briefly discusses what happens in a Wisconsin felony case after the District has issued charges. The first step after charges have been issued is the initial appearance.
Written by attorney Jeffery Haupt, over 2 years ago.
Paying a child support order is very important. In fact it is so important that it is one of the few exceptions to the idea behind debtors prison. Essentially, it is one of the few debts... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Kent, about 4 years ago.
Is my Felony Reducible to a Misdemeanor? This is not a difficult to determine, but it is also not a simple answer. First, only felonies which are called "wobblers" can be reduced from a... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 4 years ago.
If a person enters a guilty plea to a class 6 undesignated offense, then there is an opportunity to have the court designate the offense a misdemeanor. This misdemeanor designation most... more
Written by attorney Justin Kavalir, over 3 years ago.
A Guide to Arkansas Felony and Misdemeanor Sentences
By Justin Kavalir
Arkansas has four differing classifications of misdemeanors and six differing classifications of felonies.SeeArk.... more
Written by attorney Shawn Curry, over 2 years ago.
In Pennsylvania, mandatory minimum prison sentences could apply to accusations of Drug Delivery or Possession With the Intent to Deliver depending on:
the drug (cocaine v. heroin v.... more
Written by attorney Carl A Munson JR, over 4 years ago.
If you have been convicted of a certain felonies in Washington State, you may be able to have them removed from your criminal history and be able to state that you have never been convicted... more
Written by attorney Melissa Vainik, over 4 years ago.
Felonies. FELONIES are crimes that are subject to fines, costs, other court imposed sanctions, and possible incarceration in the county jail or state prison for more than one year. For... more
Written by attorney John Hager, over 3 years ago.
When a driver is involved in any type of motor vehicle accident, they are supposed to stop and exchange information and provide medical assistance. When a driver fails to stop and flees the... more
Written by attorney Kevin P. Hopper, over 3 years ago.
Regardless of how minor breaking and entering might have been at the time, it is prosecuted as a felony in North Carolina. If you are under investigation for burglary, you have to act fast... more
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