Lawyer Frequently Asked Questions

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Why should I hire a lawyer?

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How do I find the right lawyer for my case?

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What if I cannot afford a lawyer?

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What is due process?

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What are the different levels of offenses and what makes them different?

From lowest to highest in severity of punishment:

  • municipal or county code violations which the city pursues via a code enforcement board or as a 2nd degree misdemeanor criminal offense.  If via a code enforcement board, the penalty is civil and is usually a fine, and sometimes a lien on one’s real property in that city or county.
  • a 2nd degree misdemeanor is a criminal offense where the punishment by the judge may not exceed 60 days in jail and a $500.00 fine.  A judge usually decides the facts and applies the law to see if one is guilty.
  • a 1st degree misdemeanor is a criminal offense where the punishment may not exceed 1 year in jail and a $1,000.00 fine.  A judge or a jury can decide the facts in these cases, with the judge deciding the punishment.  Misdemeanor offenses, if the judge decides incarceration is appropriate, result only in jail, not prison, time.
  • a 3rd degree felony is a criminal offense where the punishment may not exceed 5 years in prison and a $5,000.00 fine.  A jury will decide these facts, and the judge will decide the punishment.
  • a 2nd degree felony is a criminal offense where the punishment may not exceed 15 years in prison and $10,000.00 dollar fine.  A jury will decide these facts, and the judge will decide the punishment.
  • a 1st degree felony is a criminal offense where the punishment may not exceed 30 years in prison and a $10,000.00.  A jury will decide these facts, and a judge will decide the punishment.
  • a “Life” felony is an offense where the punishment may be all the way up to and include life in prison, and a $15,000.00 fine.  A jury will decide these facts, and a judge will decide the punishment.
  • a “Capital” felony is an offense where the punishment can go up to death, in cases where the crime was a premeditated, horrible murder, and life in prison.  There are special circumstances that can increase a certain level of offense, and can change the amount of fine.

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