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Category Archives: Felony Charges


What Are Pretrial Defenses In Delaware Felony Drug Crimes Cases?

By Michael W. Modica |

Delaware uses the familiar system of classifying crimes into felonies and misdemeanors, and most people are aware that the former category is more serious than the latter. A felony is generally any offense that could lead to jail time of 1 year or more, and Delaware sentencing for felonies is quite harsh for drug… Read More »


What Drug Crimes Are Felonies In Delaware?

By Michael W. Modica |

Delaware criminal laws are extremely tough on drug offenses, but there are certainly some that are more serious than others. The state criminal code includes a section on classification of offenses, with some minor drug crimes falling in the misdemeanor category. However, under certain circumstances, an arrest could lead to felony drug charges, punishable… Read More »


What are the Non-Criminal, Collateral Consequences of a Conviction in Delaware?

By Michael W. Modica |

An internet search on the sanctions for a criminal conviction will turn up such results as Delaware’s statute on classification of offenses and sentencing, but information on the other ramifications is harder to come by. Like many others who have served jail time and paid fines, you could be surprised to learn that there… Read More »

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