Businessman writing testament at notary public office

We will inform you of your legal rights, examine all evidence against you, as well as evidence that supports your claim of innocence, and inform you of your best possible defense strategy. We will diligently work on your behalf to get the charges dropped, reduced, obtain probation instead of jail or prison time, and when necessary, use every available legal resource while aggressively representing you at trial.

While misdemeanor crime convictions may not carry the same severity of punishment and consequences as felony convictions, they still may involve jail time, fines, probation and other penalties which a court may impose.

 It is important to know that misdemeanor crime convictions will most likely show up in background checks, making it difficult to apply for college, employment or organizations you desire to be associated with. Having aggressive and experienced legal representation in your corner may help reduce the charges, eliminate penalties, or even have the charges dropped.

 In the State of Florida the degrees of misdemeanor crimes include:

  1st degree misdemeanor: punishable by up to a $1000 fine, twelve (12) months jail and/or probation.

   2nd degree misdemeanor: punishable by up to a $500 fine, sixty (60) days jail and/or 6 months probation;

We will inform you of your legal rights, examine all evidence against you, as well as evidence that supports your claim of innocence, and inform you of your best possible defense strategy. We will diligently work on your behalf to get the charges dropped, reduced, obtain probation instead of jail or prison time, and when necessary, use every available legal resource while aggressively representing you at trial.