FAQ

August 28, 2020

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What is the difference between felony and misdemeanor charges?

The state of Indiana categorizes all criminal charges by level of severity, including the total value of stolen property, who, if anyone, was injured, if weapons were involved in a crime, if you have prior convictions, and a number of other factors. Felony charges are more severe and therefore carry higher potential penalties, including harsh prison sentences and high fines. Misdemeanors, on the other hand, can yield 60 days in jail and a fine of up to $500 for the least serious, or class C, offenses.

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