A criminal law firm practiced in misdemeanor cases is necessary in order to craft a strong defense against criminal allegations that can boost your odds of a favorable outcome. Find out how the criminal law attorneys at our Jacksonville, Orange Park and Daytona Beach misdemeanor law firm can help.
Florida misdemeanors fall into two categories, first degree misdemeanors and second degree misdemeanors.
First degree misdemeanors include:
- Disorderly conduct
- Indecent exposure
- Marijuana possession (less than 20 grams)
- Reckless driving
- Resisting arrest
- Scalping tickets
Second degree misdemeanors in Florida include:
- Drunk and disorderly conduct
- Driving on a suspended license
- Driving without a license
- Expired plates
If you are convicted of a misdemeanor in Jacksonville or Orange Park, you can be assessed for fines or be sent to jail for up to one year. This could affect your ability to find a job or get housing.
Protect yourself and increase the odds of getting your charges dismissed or reduced by hiring a Jacksonville, Orange Park and Daytona Beach law firm with criminal defense experience.
How Our Misdemeanor Attorney Can Help You
When you face criminal charges, you may feel confused or nervous. You worry how the allegations will impact your life, and you may not know whether to fight or accept a plea. What you are certain of is that a conviction will alter your life for years to come.
Seek advice and experienced legal representation from a Jacksonville, Orange Park and Daytona Beach area misdemeanor lawyer. Our firm has been fighting for those accused of crimes for decades. During that time period, we have helped many clients find favorite outcomes. We may be able to get your charges dismissed or reduced, so you can avoid jail time and fines.
A misdemeanor lawyer will understand the Florida laws and the impact of a conviction or plea deal. An attorney can walk you through all potential scenarios and provide personalized advice on your best path forward. What’s more, an attorney is your advocate in all legal proceedings that stem from the charges. Let your attorney work for you by communicating with the other side, gathering witnesses to support your case, and presenting a compelling and plausible version of events.
Your criminal defense attorney works for you. If you want to settle and move forward quickly, your attorney can work out a settlement deal. If you want to fight the charges, your attorney can aggressively defend you from allegations. Our attorneys work tirelessly for clients, while keeping clients informed of what’s happening in clear language—not legal jargon.
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Speak with an attorney today about your circumstances and find out how we can help you fight the charges. Email us, call today, or stop by either our Jacksonville or Orange Park locations for a consultation with a criminal defense law firm that’s been fighting for people like you for years.