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Frequent Questions

Below are some of the more frequent question we first hear.H. Charles Smith - Attorney At Law

Q. What are your fees?
A. This depends on the facts of the case and the criminal history of the parties involved.

Q. Will I have to go to jail?
A. If you are convicted, there are many alternatives to county jail, depending on the case.

Q. Will I have to go to court?
A. If it is a misdemeanor, no. If it is a felony, you are required to appear.

Q. What is the difference between felony and misdemeanor charges?
A. A misdemeanor is a less serious offense with a maximum of 1 year in county jail. A felony charge may require a state prison term. Note: it is possible to have felony charges reduced to the lesser misdemeanor charges.


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