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Most people know that a felony crime is more serious than a misdemeanor; after all, if you're convicted of a felony, you could lose the right to vote for at least a few years.
Most people know that a felony crime is more serious than a misdemeanor; after all, if you're convicted of a felony, you could lose the right to vote for at least a few years. Unfortunately, few people know much more than that. You don't need a lot of legal experience or have to be a criminal defense lawyer to understand the difference, however. Here's a look at the difference between these two types of convictions, how the charges can affect you, and a few factors you should consider in your cr
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