Felonies and Misdemeanors:
Misdemeanors and felonies are the two general categories of criminal charges in Oklahoma. Misdemeanors are criminal charges that typically would result in less than a year in jail. In some cases, the individual may be far more likely to face a fine rather than imprisonment. Felonies are far more serious. Felony cases have the potential to lead to long periods of jail time. Exceptionally severe felonies can even result in the death penalty. Also felonies can have lasting impacts on one’s life, and they can seriously impede one’s ability to get a job. They make it impossible for a person to be able to vote in elections until parole and/or probation is completed. For either type of charge, it is important to have proper legal representation. You can get that proper representation with Collier and Huber law firm. They have extensive experience in protecting you against a wide variety of criminal charges in both classes. They have dealt with numerous misdemeanors, and they have also successfully defended clients against felonies.