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What’s the Difference: Civil Offense vs. Criminal Offense

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | July 21, 2022

A civil offense is an illegal action that is targeted towards a specific person or corporation. An example of this type of case would be workplace discrimination. A criminal offense deals with an illegal action that affects society in it’s entirety. An example of this type of case would be a misdemeanor or felony offense such as OWI or homicide. If you face criminal accusations or charges, please contact our firm at 920-733-1100 to set up a free consultation.

Civil Case vs. Criminal Case: What’s the Difference?

 

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