Attorney at Law



A felony is a crime punishable by over one year in jail.  In Hawaii, there are three classes of felonies: (1) Class A - up to 20 years in jail; (2) Class B - up to 10 years in jail; and (3) Class C - up to five years in jail.  Special crimes, like murder, calls for life in prison

These are the more serious crimes, with serious potential jail.  It is extremely important to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney if you have been told you are a suspect of this type of crime.







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