Misdemeanor Convictions Can Have A Major Impact On Your Life
Misdemeanor charges may be considered “minor offenses” in the legal realm. In the real world, a misdemeanor conviction can follow you for years. Before you pay the fine and plead guilty, you need to know the consequences.
Having a misdemeanor conviction on your criminal record can limit your housing, job and educational options. Fighting the charges can prevent this from happening, and we can help. Our criminal defense team at Lee Sexton & Associates, P.C., has represented thousands of Henry County residents facing misdemeanor and felony charges. We know how to use the law to minimize the impact a charge has on your life.
How We Can Help You
Are you struggling to understand the criminal process? Are you worried that you will miss a deadline or forget to complete a necessary document? Retain us, and we will handle all your legal concerns.
Our attorneys are well-versed in criminal procedures, so they know what needs to be done at each stage of the process. They know how prosecutors strategize, so they are able to create a plan to counter these maneuvers. They will stand firm and assert your rights from day one until your case is settled.
We are equipped to combat violations that include:
- Drug possession
- DUI and traffic violations
- Shoplifting and other theft crimes
- Property crimes
- Assault and battery charges
In Georgia, individuals can be charged with a misdemeanor offense or a misdemeanor of a high and aggravated nature. We can help you fight these charges and will explore all options for a dismissal or reduction in penalties and fines.
Learn More Today
Pleading guilty may not be your only option. Contact us and learn about other strategies you should consider before you commit to a course of action. We offer no-cost initial consultations so you have nothing to lose by speaking with a lawyer at our firm.