Misdemeanor criminal charges, although considered less severe than a felony crime, may still result in significant fines and jail time. In some situations, circumstances of a misdemeanor crime may exist which may elevate the charges to a felony charge, such as the severity of the crime, injuries of a victim, and the your prior criminal record.
Any criminal conviction has the potential of you receiving jail time, and therefore must be take seriously and aggressively defended.
A misdemeanor conviction may follow you around for a long time, and may affect the choices and opportunities which you may seek to pursue regarding employment matters, educational opportunities, housing issues, or other areas of your life.
Misdemeanor crime conviction penalties commonly include include:
The Sharpe Law Firm aggressively defends the legal rights of those who are facing allegations of misdemeanor charges or other criminal defense legal issues. We will addresses all related issues that should be taken into consideration when defending criminal misdemeanor charges.
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Since being admitted to the bar, Bill Sharpe has defended hundreds of clients and acted as a defense council in more than 110 trials before juries, with over 73 victories.
These include serious 1st degree and 2nd degree felonies, as well as all types of traffic cases; DUI cases, in both Misdemeanor and Felony Courts in most Judicial Districts throughout the State of Florida.
Born in 1949, Mr. Sharpe was raised in Birmingham, Alabama, not far from City Hall. To stand against what he witnessed in downtown Birmingham as a young man has become his life work.
He is a passionate scholar of the United State Constitution and of the history of the 1960's in America.
At The Sharpe Law Firm, we are dedicated to giving clients personalized attention, responding to calls and e-mails promptly and handling all aspects of each case. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation about your case or legal issue by calling (407) 625-1649.