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Understand concepts that apply to your criminal justice case

In our previous blog post, we discussed the differences between a trial jury and a grand jury. Understanding what each jury is responsible for is one key bit of knowledge that you should have if you are facing felony charges. There are several other things that you should be aware of if you are building a defense. We can help you as you navigate your way through the criminal justice system.

A good variety of the points you will need to know about the criminal justice system depend upon what criminal charges you are facing. If you are facing charges that can carry probation as a penalty, you should understand that probation means that you will be able to remain at home but you will have to report to a probation officer who will monitor you until your period of probation ends.

If you are facing incarceration, you should understand the concept of parole. Once you have been in prison for a specific amount of time, you may be eligible to be released. A panel of people, known as a parole board, will decide if you can be released from prison. You will have to report to a parole officer who will monitor you for the duration of your sentence.

As you move through the criminal court, you are likely going to have questions. We can help you to get answers to those. We can also help you to make sure that your constitutional rights are upheld and that you understand the options you have for getting your case resolved.

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