Misdemeanor or Felony
Built on years of experience, Attorney Gary McDonald has a tradition of personal service and a well-deserved reputation for zealous representation of our clients.
Unfortunately, sometimes our actions bring us into conflict with the laws and regulations of the land.
Some conflicts are more serious than others which lead some to be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony.
For the layman, the difference between some of our laws and regulations can be quite confusing, especially as breaking them can result in a variety of fines and imprisonment.
As a rule of thumb, in Arkansas, misdemeanors can incur punishment of fines and/or county or local jail time.
On the other hand, as a rule of thumb, a felony can incur punishment of fines and/or state prison terms.
If you find yourself with problems because of a conflict with the law of the land, whether it be accidental or an unwise decision on your part, you may want to consider consulting an attorney to help navigate the pitfalls you may encounter.
Having to appear in court before a judge is a serious matter. Don’t do it alone. If you have been arrested, consider securing the services of a attorney before you do so.
Gary McDonald is an experienced attorney serving El Dorado, Arkansas and the surrounding areas.
He is no stranger to the courtroom, having successfully tried cases in the District, Circuit, Appeals and Supreme Courts of Arkansas as well as the U.S. District Courts of Arkansas and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit.
Gary McDonald, Attorney at Law, El Dorado Arkansas (870) 862-1498