How much time you will face depends on the charges that were noted in the formal complaint the officer submitted to the court.
Please look at the chart below for reference.
The “Presumptive” sentence is most commonly regarded to be the most reliable indicator as to the time our client is facing if convicted.
Mitigating Factors: Any fact or circumstance that lessens the severity or culpability of a criminal act.
Minimum: A minimum sentence represents the minimum punishment or the minimum time a convicted person must spend in prison before becoming eligible for parole or release.
Aggravating Factors: The factors that increase the severity or culpability of a criminal act.
Maximum: A maximum sentence represents the outer limit of a punishment, beyond which a convicted person may not be held in custody.
2. What is next for my case? How can I build the best strategy?
Displayed below is a chart depicting the next stages of your case. It is important to understand that no two cases are ever the same. A Good attorney should be able to look at this chart and give you estimates, not guarantees as to how long each stage will take and the best strategy moving forward.