You may have heard the term “wobbler” in the context of someone facing a felony charge? What does this mean? Why are some felonies considered “wobblers” and some are not? How does one ask the judge to reduce a felony to a wobbler? When will a judge do so? Click on the following link to read answers to these questions –
Many clients think that all felonies can be reduced to misdemeanors, perhaps not recognizing that murder is a felony. There are plenty of other very serious crimes that cannot be charged as misdemeanors either. However, many can be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor (a wobbler). Click on the attached article to read more about wobblers – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1912505.html.