Your personal appearance can be waived at some of the court dates early in the case. You may also be allowed to appear by telephone if you live out of town.
In addition to a possible jail or prison sentence, a felony conviction results in a loss of your civil rights, including your right to vote, sit on a jury and to possess a firearm. There is a process which can restore your rights after you complete your probation, jail or prison sentence. If someone is a permanent resident alien or in the United States illegally, a felony conviction may also be used to deport that person.
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