Is a theft by deception charge in Ohio a felony or misdemeanor?

Answer If the value of the stolen property or services is less than $500, the theft by deception charge is a misdemeanor, otherwise, it is a felony. If the item stolen is a firearm or other dangerous weap... Read More »

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Can a felony become a misdemeanor charge?

On One Hand: It Is PossibleYou can sometimes turn a felony into a misdemeanor if you or your attorney can successful plea bargain with the prosecution to allow you to plead guilty to a lesser charg... Read More »

How to Get a Felony Possession Charge Reduced to a Misdemeanor?

Many states allow a person convicted of certain felonies to reduce that felony to a misdemeanor under specific circumstances. Most states include possession of drugs as one of the charges that can ... Read More »

Can a misdemeanor charge be changed to felony at the hearing?

How to Reduce a Felony Charge to a Misdemeanor in California?

People convicted of felony charges often face lifetime complications, like difficulty finding a job and gaining certification for certain state licensed professions. However, California law does pr... Read More »