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Sherea Vitelli

Experienced attorney in the areas of family law, criminal defense, civil litigation, estate administration, and D.W.I.


A misdemeanor is a crime that is less serious than a felony that is punishable by imprisonment and/or fine.  Generally, misdemeanors are more serious than a simple infraction such as traffic violations.  There are three classes of misdemeanors, Class A, Class B, and Class C.

Punishment range for Class A Misdemeanor: Fine not over $4,000, or jail not over 1 year, or both.

Punishment range for Class B Misdemeanor: Fine not over $2,000, or jail not over 180 days, or both.

Punishment range for Class C Misdemeanor: Fine not over $500.

Here at The Vitelli Law Firm we handle all ranges of misdemeanors.

Will I go to jail if I plead out with the prosecutor?

Generally no.  You need to look at the crime, your history, and all the options available to you.


What do I need to wear to court?

I always make the suggestion, look like you are going to church.  Address the Judge with your Honor.


If you have been charged with a crime recently contact me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it immediately so that your rights will be protected.


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