Looking for a misdemeanor attorney? To begin, a misdemeanor is often regarded as a minor criminal offense and carries penalties of up to 90 days in jail and fines of up to $1,000. For example, a misdemeanor could include things such as indecent exposure, shoplifting, and disorderly conduct. However, a gross misdemeanor is a more serious offense. Therefore, these offenses carry penalties of up to one year in jail and fines of up to $5,000.
Misdemeanor or felony?
If you’re not sure about the exact details of your charge, you should consult with a Gravis Law defense lawyer. In this case, a misdemeanor attorney will evaluate your case, answer your questions, and determine whether you charge is a felony or a misdemeanor.
Regardless of misdemeanor or felony, our attorneys are dedicated to providing the best possible defense against your criminal charges. As a result, we will ensure that you are aware of your case and all the options available to you.
If your charge is only a misdemeanor, you still need to treat the case seriously and avoid a conviction, as even a misdemeanor conviction can result in jail time.
Free misdemeanor consultation.
To begin, we offer a free consultation for Misdemeanor charges. First, we assess what instruments or services will best fit a client’s situation. However, we do this without overdoing it and incurring unnecessary costs or administrative burdens. In summary, we want to ensure that your goals are achieved in the most simple, economic, and efficient way. In order to started, submit your information in the form below and we will contact you shortly.
Find a Misdemeanor Attorney near you.
Come visit us at Gravis Law. Our knowledge of Misdemeanor laws will provide you with the quality and aggressive defense you need. We will work with you to ensure that defending you goes as smooth and uncomplicated as possible. The Gravis Law team of criminal defense attorneys are your DUI defense experts.