The León Law Center, P.A.
The Law Office of Ernest J. Mullins, P.A.
The Tinsley Criminal Defense Team
José Duarte, Attorney at Law
Perez Lasure Law
Ramjeawan Law Group P.A.
In the State of Florida there are two degrees of a misdemeanor crime:
While misdemeanor crimes are considered criminal offenses which are less serious than that of felony crimes, any misdemeanor conviction carries the potential of jail time, fines, other court order penalties or mandatory programs, and a permanent criminal record.
A criminal record can interfere with various aspects of your immediate, short term or long-term life choices and goals. From housing issues, to educational opportunities, job opportunities, or even your ability to legally operate an automobile. Any situation in which you must disclose your prior criminal history, or when a criminal background check is conducted, a criminal record has the potential of standing in your way.
Misdemeanor charges may include, but are not limited to:
When charged with any misdemeanor criminal offense it is important to be made fully aware of your legal rights, defense strategies, and to have aggressive, detailed, and dedicated criminal defense legal representation in your corner.
Osceola County Florida, including: Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Buena Ventura Lakes, Celebration, Yeehaw Junction, Intercession City, Campbell.