Marietta Criminal Defense Lawyer
A misdemeanor is a category of crime that is less severe than a felony. As an illustration, a minor offense which carries a fine of $1,000 or less and/or jail time of up to one year would be a misdemeanor. Misdemeanors may be such things as petty theft, vandalism, or trespassing. A felony, on the other hand, can have a greater range of potential fines and even up to life imprisonment. If you or someone you love has been charged with a misdemeanor, an experienced criminal defense attorney may be able to help you clear the matter up or mitigate the outcome, depending on whether it is a first offense and other factors.
MINOR IN POSSESSION MARIETTA/COBB COUNTY
At Blevins & Hong, P.C., our Marietta criminal defense attorneys are here to help clients with legal guidance after any misdemeanor charge. We also provide services up to and including building and defending cases in the courtroom. It can be harassing and upsetting to be wrongly charged with a misdemeanor, or you may simply want to learn from misdeeds and move on with your life in the smoothest way possible. Sometimes we can even help to get a felony reduced to a misdemeanor, depending on the circumstances and factors surrounding the alleged crime.
CONTACT BLEVINS & HONG, P.C. FOR HELP!
If you or someone you love has been charged with a misdemeanor offense, you need to understand your possible legal avenues. We may be able to help you avoid conviction and heavy penalties. Despite the fact that those penalties can be less for a misdemeanor than for more serious offenses, conviction of a misdemeanor now becomes part of your criminal record, influencing your ability to get jobs, housing and education. You thus owe it to yourself and your future to clear it up in the best way possible and we can help. Contact a Marietta misdemeanor crime lawyer from our team today!
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