Bail bonds Felony


Criminal charges in California are divided into three classifications: Infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. While the type of charge dictates the potential penalty (fine, jail, or prison) it is not indicative of whether you should seek the advice of an experienced attorney. Bail Bonds Felony.

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For example, someone facing a traffic infraction may well benefit from consulting with an attorney in cases where they feel they have been unjustly charged or in instances where an additional driving infraction could trigger a license suspension, job loss or higher insurance rates.

Those facing a misdemeanor or felony charge in California should always consult a defense attorney to discuss their rights. Bail Bonds Felony.

Felony crimes always require the knowledge and experience of a defense lawyer. A criminal conviction on a California felony charge carries long-term criminal consequences, including serious prison time, probation, fines and court costs, and post-conviction restrictions that can have serious long-term consequences. Additionally, a criminal conviction can prevent you from holding certain jobs, obtaining loans, or renting apartments and can lead to long-term damage to your reputation with friends, families, and co-workers and reduce your quality of life for decades to come occasionally identically.

Often, clients charged with misdemeanors do not seek legal advice. Misdemeanor defendants lack legal experience and have never been in trouble with the law obviously.  Misdemeanors can result in up to a year in jail, fines, court costs, probation, and other court restrictions.  

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