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What Is A Felony Or Misdemeanor Conviction? What Is The Absolute Minimum Which Qualifies As Such?
Basically What Are These Things, And What Commonly Results In A Felony Or Misdemeanor Conviction? The Minimum Thing And The Average Thing ?
A felony is any crime for which the punishment is more than 1 year of incarceration, which would be served in a state prison.
A misdemeanor is any crime for which the punishment is less than 1 year of incarceration, which would be served in County Jail.
Both of these types of offenses are, with the exception of serious and violent felonies, eligible for probation rather than actually serving the jail time.
Because criminal offenses are not lined up from the least serious to the most serious, it's impossible to say what the "minimum" thing or the "average" thing might be. Different types of offense can be either/or. For instance, a theft can be a petty theft... in CA that's a theft of less than $400 in value... and it's a misdemeanor. If it's over $400 in value, it's grand theft, and it's a felony. Both are theft... they could be EXACTLY the same actions taken by two different people... In one instance it would be a misdemeanor and in the other a felony, based SOLELY on the value of what was stolen.
Too many variables to give you examples of each type of offense.. it all comes down to the statutes and what the law says qualifies as a misdo or a felony.
What Does A Legal Assistant For A Probate, Estate Planning Lawyer Do, Please List Responsibilities.?
Also I Have An Interview With A Bankruptcy Lawyer Tomorrow, What Kind Of Questions Should I Ask Him.
* Provides legal advice on estate planning
* Provides assistance on financial management which includes inheritance taxes
Should I Get Legal Consultation About My Employer?
My Current Employer Is Unfair,A Liar And Has Broken A Few Labor Laws. I Have The Support Of Many Former Employers That Was Fired Wrongfully. I Stuck Around To See If Things Would Get Better But Has Gotten Worse.I Hate Not To Have A Job , But It'S About Right And Wrong Now.
Well, this is kind of a silly question. If you are so versed up on the law, why would you need to talk to a lawyer? And if you are not, why would you talk to anyone else?
But since you say nothing about what is going on, no one here can do anything except to say that this is kind of a silly question.
The Best Injury Lawyers In Ohio?
Can Anyone Tell The Best Injury Lawyers And Or Law Firm In Ohio?
Elk & Elk is probably up there. I was on their website and noticed some very big settlements.
"We have more than four decades’ experience doing exactly that. Our medical malpractice and injury lawyers consistently negotiate and win significant awards for people who have been injured by others’ negligent acts. Our law firm employs the finest lawyers, paralegals, investigators, economists and experts and we are ready, willing and able to pursue the same kinds of results for you." - elkandelk.com
How To File For Divorce Without Attorney.?
Been Separated Over A Year. Wife Moved And Left No Forwarding Address Nor Phone No. I Have Forms And Need To Know What Procedures To Follow To Obtain Divorce.
Depending on how simple your divorce is (kids, no kids, etc), you can go to an attorney for a 1 hour appointment and they can help you complete the paperwork and give you instructions on how to file it. It can cost around $200 bucks for the hour. Just make sure to write down all your questions to make sure you get all the info you need during your hour. I found it to be well worth the cost. My appointment went just over an hour but the attorney was nice and didn't charge me extra. He also just did the forms for me while I was in the office and emailed them to me.
What Types Of Lawyers Are There? (Full Details Please)?
I Know I Want To Do Criminal Justice Later On In Life. Now What Type Of Lawyers Are In That Field? Like Prosecutors??? And So Forth What Others Are There? Also Jurisdiction And Just What Are More Type Of Lawyers Are There? What Would You Call Them? And What Do They Do? I Want To Be A Full Time Lawyer That Does Real Cases And Performs In A Courtroom, A Private Lawyer Though. One That Works With One Party At A Time. Prosecution Is Something That I'm Looking Into, So What Would You Call That? What Type Of Lawyer Is That?
Prosecutors work for the government, they are never private.
There are Federal prosecutors, State prosecutors, County prosecutors, and so on.
There are also specialized prosecutors for specific areas. For example, the prosecutors for the Federal Trade Commission go after white collar crime.
Being a prosecutor IS NOT like it is on TV. You spend far more time outside of a courtroom than inside one. It's a lot of very depressing work and the pay is absolutely terrible.
Almost no lawyers work with one party at a time. Most prosecutors can barely keep track of all of their cases.
Regarding your correction:
In the US, the words "lawyer" and "attorney" are pretty much interchangable.
For defense attorneys you have a few options:
1. work for the government (public defender) - you represent poor clients that cannot afford an attorney. I did this work for 5 years and it is very very difficult and depressing, but when you have a success it makes it all worthwhile.
2. Work for a firm (associate or partner). There are several firms that specialize in criminal law. However, I can't think of any that specifically go after "violent" crime cases. There would be very little money in it, unless you somehow fiind a niche law firm that defends rich violent offenders. Not common at all. The firm I work for has a division for white collar crime, but no one here would touch violent crimes with a ten foot pole.
3. Work on your own (solo practitioner). Hang up a shingle and have your own office. You'd have to get the clients yourself, meaning you would have to go down to the jails and hand out your card. It takes a particular type of "tough cookie" to go this route. It can also be very dangerous. Again, I doubt there is much money in it.