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Mesa Criminal Law

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor?

Felony offenses are generally considered far more serious than its misdemeanor counterpart.  Felony offenses all carry potential prison terms and many of them actually require it if there is a finding of guilt.  Misdemeanors, on the other hand, carry a maximum penalty of six months in the county jail.  Moreover, a felony conviction mean the loss of a person’s civil rights including the right to possess a firearm  Although some misdemeanor offenses can affected a one’s ability to legally possess a gun, most misdemeanor do not carry this consequence.


The Law Offices of Joshua S. Davidson, PLC is devoted to the vigorous defense of individuals accused of criminal offenses in Mesa including: DWI/DUI Offenses, Drug Offenses, Vehicular Accidents, Alcohol Offenses, Domestic Violence, Theft, Robbery, Forgery, Burglary, Credit Card Fraud, Identity Theft, Assault, Aggravated Assault, Weapons Offenses, Homicide, Post Conviction Relief and Probation Revocation matters.

If you have questions about your criminal case in Mesa, contact attorney Joshua S. Davidson today.

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