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What's different between a misdemeanor and felony?

Misdemeanors and felonies are both charges that you don't want to have on your record. Both can affect your ability to obtain a job or to rent an apartment you love. Some may make it harder for you socially, whereas others could hold you back when you're looking to go to college.

Federal marijuana laws are tough on individuals

There are many states where marijuana has become legal. Despite that, not all states recognize that marijuana may have its place in medicine or as a recreational drug. Marijuana is also illegal in federal law. If you are caught by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or any federal officer, you could face federal penalties even if marijuana is legal where you are at the time.

Man found guilty of providing drugs to victims of overdoses

When you're accused of dealing drugs, you have more to worry about than just a simple drug charge. If it turns out that people who have purchased or received drugs from you have overdosed and died, you could face charges for their deaths. On top of that, their families may be able to sue you for compensation.

Felonies lead to heavy penalties and require a strong defense

When you were arrested for a third time for driving under the influence, you thought you might face another misdemeanor charge. Shockingly, when you spoke to your attorney, you found out you were being charged with a felony. Now, you're not sure what to do, because a felony is significantly more serious than the misdemeanors you've had in the past.

Ohio: How felonies and bail are handled in the state

If you're facing a felony, you may think your entire life is over. A felony is often seen as being something that results in long-term prison sentences with no real way out, but the truth is that felonies don't have to be an end to your life. Many factors are considered in each case, and the prosecution has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you're guilty to get a conviction.

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