Which Charge Are You Facing?
Misdemeanors are less severe than felony crimes, however, a misdemeanor conviction can result in harsh penalties and fines, depending on the severity of the crime.
It is important not to underestimate the seriousness of a misdemeanor charge. If convicted of a misdemeanor, the defendant can serve up to six months in jail and incur a maximum fine of $2,500 in addition to court-ordered requirements.
A federal crime can include:
- Mail fraud
- Bank robbery
- Child pornography
- Credit card fraud
- Computer crimes
- and more…
If you receive a notice from the Department of Justice, IRS, DHS, Brad Miller Law can provide the experienced representation you need in order to successfully win your case.
Featuring significant, long-term effects on the accused’s life, a felony crime conviction includes harsher consequences than what one would receive for a misdemeanor crime.
If convicted of a felony, the defendant can face an extended prison sentence, steep fines, difficulty securing a job and obtaining housing, losing the ability to vote and more.
If you are on active duty, in a duty status as a reservist, you are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. While you will be assigned a defense attorney, you have the right to hire an experienced attorney to defend your rights, career, and future.
Nobody expects criminal charges to be a part of their story. Let's change the narrative so you can get back to your life.
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