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What To Do If You Are Accused Of Child Abuse In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Whether child abuse charges stem from false allegations or a momentary lapse in judgment, your actions after being arrested are critical to how your case unfolds in court. Under the Delaware criminal code on offenses against children, even lesser charges are treated as a Class A Misdemeanor punishable by a year in jail. However,… Read More »

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Tips If You Were Arrested For Theft In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Being arrested for theft can be overwhelming and confusing, and you are probably aware that you are facing serious criminal charges. The Delaware criminal code defines theft as taking, exercising control over, or otherwise misappropriating property with the intent to permanently deprive its rightful owner of use. At the low end, theft is a… Read More »

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3 Weapons Charges That Are Felonies Under Delaware Law

By Michael W. Modica |

Though you may not know the specifics about Delaware weapons charges, you are probably aware that crimes are generally classified as a felony or misdemeanor. The latter offense is less serious, and each of the three classes in this category are punishable by less than a year incarceration if convicted. A judge could also… Read More »

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Can I Be Convicted Of Assault Without A Victim In Delaware?

By Michael W. Modica |

The short answer may not be welcome news but, yes, you can be found guilty of an assault crime even when there is no witness to testify in court. Though the details vary according to the specific type of assault under Delaware law, the prosecutor has to prove that you intentionally injured someone or… Read More »

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