Types of Misdemeanor Crimes
Representation in Misdemeanor Cases
Misdemeanors can include crimes such as petty theft, battery, loitering, DUI, disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, trespassing and driving with a suspended license. A misdemeanor offense may be less serious than a felony crime, but it can still result in serious consequences, and shouldn't be taken lightly.
Depending on the facts of the case, sentencing for committing a misdemeanor can include:
- Jail time
- Victim restitution
- Community service
- Drug or alcohol treatment
- Psychological counseling
- Driver's license suspension
- Vehicle impounding
You will also have a permanent criminal record that will affect job options, housing and educational opportunities, as well as your ability to obtain certain professional licenses. It may even result in the loss of a license you currently have. A West Palm Beach criminal attorney can review your case and discuss defense strategies that may help you avoid a conviction. Legal advice from a professional is extremely important, and will enable you to make informed decisions regarding the charges against you.
Experienced West Palm Beach Criminal Lawyer
Have you been arrested for a misdemeanor? Pleading guilty and paying a fine may be a quick solution to your legal problems, but a criminal record can have a significant impact on your future. My name is Phillip Ridolfo, Jr. and I have been representing clients in criminal cases like yours for nearly two decades. Unlike large and impersonal law firms, The Law Offices of Phillip T. Ridolfo, Jr. is dedicated to providing caring and attentive criminal defense to clients.
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