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Misdemeanor offenses are crimes that are punishable by up to a year in jail. Misdemeanors typically include "lesser offenses" such as simple assault and DUI. These crimes should not be taken lightly, as it can still have a significant impact on your life, such as leaving you with a criminal record.
Contact the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld and speak with a West Palm Beach misdemeanor lawyer at our office if you have been arrested. We have handled hundreds of misdemeanors and are familiar with how they can be resolved in the best possible manner.
If this is your first offense, the court may be lenient on you. You may also qualify for special diversion programs that can allow you to avoid a charge on your record once you complete the terms. We can discuss whether you are eligible and what the conditions may entail. Some examples can include probation, paying fines, or another alternative.
If you are not eligible, we always look for the best possible outcome by finding ways to obtain a dismissal or an option that can preserve the possibility of sealing or expunging the charge in the future.
Find out more about your options and what you can do to protect your record. We can work with you to discuss your charges and how you can move forward. We are dedicated to fighting for you, whether we are seeking a dismissal, negotiating with prosecutors or defending you in court.
Tell us more about your misdemeanor arrest. Call (561) 475-5550.
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