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Absolutely. Having representation at an early stage in the criminal process can significantly increase your chances of no charges being filed or charges being reduced. An attorney can advise you… Read More

A misdemeanor is a crime that is punishable by up to one year in the county jail and a fine of up to $2,000.00, or any combination thereof. Felonies, on… Read More

Broadly speaking, the criminal process is initiated once the police make an arrest. Once an arrest has been made, the suspect will go before the judge for a bail hearing… Read More

In most cases, you will have the opportunity to post bond to get out of jail while awaiting trial. The judge will determine the appropriate bail amount. There are several… Read More

The 5th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives every criminal defendant in a criminal proceeding the right not to testify. Additionally, if a defendant chooses not to testify, jurors will… Read More

In most criminal cases, you will have the right to a jury trial. The U.S. Constitution gives a person accused of a crime punishable by a sentence longer than six… Read More

Yes. Generally, probation can be SES or SIS probation. For an in-depth discussion on this topic, please refer to our probation page.