If charged with a misdemeanor offense in Fort Worth, seek out a quality Fort Worth criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights and preserve the evidence that could establish your innocence.
Challenging a police officer’s basis for your arrest and demonstrating a lack of probable cause could result in a dismissal of the charges against you. Justin rigorously evaluates your case, staying in regular contact as it progresses through the system.
The Outcome You’re Looking for…
Your case could result in a dismissal, reduction to a lower grade misdemeanor offense, placement on deferred adjudication probation (which is not a conviction), regular probation, a county jail sentence or a fine.
The ultimate outcome depends on the facts of your case, the witnesses available to testify on your behalf, the quality of the pre-trial investigation, and the quality of your legal representation. It all starts with a quality attorney.
Consequences of a Misdemeanor Conviction
A misdemeanor conviction is not something to take lightly. Depending on the charge, you may face fines and jail time. Some charges result in the suspension of your drivers license (anywhere from 30 days to a year). In Texas, the type of punishment for a misdemeanor depends on the class of the crime. Class A Misdemeanors may result in up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $2,000. Class B Misdemeanors are met with punishments of up to 180 days in jail and a fines up to $1,000.
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex, hire an experienced defense attorney with the know-how, negotiation skills and tactics to help you navigate the criminal justice system.
Justin Sparks has been defending clients across Fort Worth and Dallas for over ten years. Our firm helps you through the criminal process, from investigation to appeals, if need be. Free consultations for all new cases.