Sure, some crimes are more serious than the next, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t consequences of committing –and being convicted of – any type of crime. Have you been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony crime? You need Geller Law on your side.
What is a Misdemeanor?
A misdemeanor charge is given to someone who commits a less severe crime. Examples of misdemeanors include:
- Simple Assault
- Simple Marijuana Possession
- Contributing to the Delinquency of a minor
Misdemeanor charges may result in a penalty of up to 11 months, 29 days in the local penal institution, as well as probation, fines and other consequences.
What is a Felony?
A felony charge is far more serious than a misdemeanor. There are many different types of felony crimes that you may be charged with, including:
- Aggregated Assault
- Possessions of Child Pornography
Conviction of a felony charge may result in punishment of 1 year to life in prison, as well as parole, probation, and fines. It is imperative that you have a Geller Law by your side if you’ve been charged with a felony crime.
What can a Criminal Lawyer do for you?
Geller Law understands the importance of providing each client charged with a crime with superb presentation that enables their voice to be heard. With expert lawyer Samuel Geller standing beside you, chances of conviction are lessened, and the consequences of a conviction may be lessened.
Everyone makes mistakes. If your mistake just happened to involve criminal activity, schedule your free consultation with Geller Law who understand bad things happen to good people. Samuel Geller will ensure your mistake doesn’t torment you for the rest of your life.