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Will I Get Probation for a Misdemeanor Conviction?

Crimes are not all alike. Although morally wrong, crimes range in severity from minor infractions to major ones. This is why the law breaks down crimes into two categories: felonies and misdemeanors. Anyone convicted of a misdemeanor crime is called … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Misdemeanor Charges

Criminal acts range in severity, from minor infractions to major offenses, which is why the law breaks down crimes into two chief categories: felonies and misdemeanors. Anyone convicted of a misdemeanor crime is called a misdemeanant, whereas anyone convicted of … Continue reading

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7 Probable Court Orders While on Probation

After being convicted of a state criminal charge, a judge may sentence a defendant to probation in place of jail time. Being on probation is a much better outcome than jail, however, there are still strict terms and conditions that … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Probation and Parole

Although probation and parole are similar to one another because they are both alternatives to incarceration, they are quite different in detail. The primary difference between the two, which we’ll discuss further later on, is that probation often takes the … Continue reading

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