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The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin
A Louisville attorney practicing since 1987

Build A Strong Criminal Defense With A Highly Experienced Lawyer

If you are facing a criminal charge, you likely are worried about how to pay for a large fine or if you will be sent to jail. A jail sentence can affect your ability to work and provide for yourself and your family. You need a defense lawyer who can fight for the best outcome possible given the circumstances of your case.

At my firm, The Law Office of Alan Rubin, I build defenses and strategies for individuals charged with misdemeanors and some felonies in Louisville. I have been practicing since 1987 — I draw from decades of criminal law experience to give you accurate, honest legal options for your case.

What Are The Criminal Penalties For A Bad Check?

Under Kentucky law, you can be charged with a misdemeanor for writing a check that bounces. If the amount was less than $500, it is a class A misdemeanor charge. The type of charge carries with it the possibility of 90 days to one year in jail. Bad checks for more than $500 can be considered a felony for which you could be sentenced to time in prison.

Possible Sentences For Assault Charges In Kentucky

Depending on the degree of assault prosecutors charged you with, you could be sentenced to fines, jail time or probation. If the charge was first, second or third degree, it is considered a felony and you could be sent to prison.

Contact The Law Office Of Alan Rubin Today

If you have been charged with a crime, need a DUI attorney or a traffic violations lawyer, reach my office in Louisville at 866-640-4467. Another option is to complete my online contact form. Free consultations are available.

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