Protect Yourself and Your Criminal Record Against a Misdemeanor Conviction
Although a misdemeanor is a lesser offense than a felony, a conviction may still have serious consequences. The criminal penalties that may be imposed may include imprisonment in county jail, community service, fines, restitution, alcohol or drug counseling, driver's license suspension, and probation.
Although a jail sentence may be avoided in some cases through probation and/or community service or other alternative sentencing, there are some cases where a mandatory minimum term of imprisonment may be imposed. There are also situations where a misdemeanor offense may be charged as a felony due to the use of a weapon or the fact that the defendant is a multiple offender, leading to time in a state correctional facility if the defendant is convicted.
Arrested for a misdemeanor?
Have you been arrested for or charged with a misdemeanor offense? You may have been arrested for DWI or may currently be under investigation for a first domestic violence offense or drug possession. Regardless of the type of misdemeanor charges you may be facing and whether this is your first run-in with the law or you have previous convictions on your record, the law offices of Stone & Capobianco will be there to assist you.
Our law firm represents clients throughout this area in the face of all types of misdemeanor and felony charges, offering the experienced representation and personalized attention that makes a difference in any criminal matter. When you work with Stone & Capobianco our primary goal will be to lessen or eliminate altogether the impact that misdemeanor charges or a conviction may have on your future. We will work to investigate your case to build a unique defense strategy that protects your constitutional rights and interests. Call our offices today @ 772-781-HELP (4357)