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Commonly Asked Questions
Felony and Misdemeanor Crimes
State and Federal Crimes are classified as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on their severity. Misdemeanors are more serious than petty offenses and typically carry punishments of heavy fines or imprisonment for less than one year. A misdemeanor jail sentence is served in a local or county jail, rather than a state prison. Certain criminal activity can be classified as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the severity of the offense.
Felony offenses are considered the worst possible criminal offenses, and are punished by prison sentences of over 1 year or death by execution for capital felony offenses, such as first-degree murder. The Constitution of the United States of America affords defendants certain rights when they are charged with a crime, especially a felony, and an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney is essential to ensuring a defendant’s rights have not been violated. The Law Offices of Marc Neff has successfully represented clients charged with all crimes including misdemeanors to the most serious of felonies, including:
- Drug Crimes
- Money Laundering / RICO
- Sexual Crimes
- Assault and Violent Crime
- Burglary and Robbery
- and more
Our office is experienced in defending clients charged with all types of misdemeanors and felonies. Criminal charges and potential convictions have major impacts on a person’s life, the lives of their families and friends, and their futures, so it is imperative that you contact a criminal defense attorney immediately. Our office is glad to assist you through this difficult time in your life. For a confidential consultation, contact Marc Neff by calling (215) 563-9800, submitting the form below, or by emailing Marc@nefflawoffices.com.