Misdemeanors

A misdemeanor charge is just as serious as a felony charge and should be considered as such. Even though the punishments for misdemeanor crimes aren’t as harsh as felony crimes, you will still likely be required to serve time in jail or prison, be ordered to pay fines and be left with a criminal record if you are convicted. Once the court’s requirements have been settled, the charge will still be on your criminal record, which can make it difficult for you to move past the situation and live your life.

Even if you don’t feel that the crime you have been accused of as serious, it is in the eyes of the law. It is in your best interest to consult with a criminal defense attorney regarding your case to determine what the best defense strategy is. A seasoned, skilled and aggressive Missouri criminal defense lawyer can very well make the difference between you being convicted and completely exonerated.

I have unique experience working with clients who have been charged with misdemeanor crimes and have successfully had the charges against them reduced or dismissed entirely. My expertise and aggressive litigation skills are an excellent asset to you in the courtroom, and I will fight relentlessly for the protection of your rights, liberties and freedoms under Missouri law.

If you or a loved one have been charged with a misdemeanor, contact me to discuss your case as quickly as possible. I am available now to consult with you.

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