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September 2019 Archives

Felony charges have harsh sentences possible

A person who is facing a felony charge can spend considerable time in prison. This type of charge comes with a minimum of at least one year of incarceration. This doesn't mean that a conviction will automatically send you to prison because some people will receive probation as a sentence instead of being put behind bars.

Release from jail to await a hearing is possible

Getting out of jail after an arrest is a priority. One way to do this is by posting bail. There are a few ways that this can happen. Some charges have a bail set for specific charges. In other cases, you will have to stand before a judge to have a hearing to have it set.

Violence Against Women Act defines domestic abuse

Domestic violence allegations often involve physical violence. However, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) establishes that hitting someone is not the only way to face criminal charges. While the definition of abuse has changed since the passage of the law, society's perception of the situation really hasn't.

False accusations of rape are more common than you think

When people hear that someone is facing a rape charge, they assume the worst. This is one thing that can be especially damaging to the defendants because there is always the chance that the accusation was false. Unfortunately, this is something that is more common in this country than what some might realize.

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