Palm Beach County, Florida, Misdemeanor Defense Lawyers
In Florida, a misdemeanor criminal conviction carries a possible sentence of one year in jail. Significant penalties such as heavy fines, loss of driver’s license, lengthy community service, or restitution can also be imposed. It is necessary to hire an experienced misdemeanor criminal defense attorney that will aggressively protect your rights. We stress personal attention, responsiveness, and accessibility.
Do not wait to hire an attorney. Contact King | Morse, today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your misdemeanor charges.
Misdemeanors Are Serious
At the criminal defense law firm of King | Morse, in West Palm Beach, Florida, we start to aggressively defend your misdemeanor charges from the moment you retain our firm. Whether you have been charged with DUI, domestic battery, theft, possession of marijuana, or any other misdemeanor we will fight to protect your rights and freedom. We are dedicated to providing the most responsive and effective defense of your misdemeanor charge.
We use our experience and every available resource to protect your freedom
We understand how police and prosecutors develop their cases against you. The attorneys at King | Morse, have the knowledge, experience, and resources to aggressively and effectively develop strategies to defend you against the government’s allegations.
We provide effective defense for misdemeanors such as the following:
First-degree misdemeanors: Punishable by up to one year in jail and a $1000.00 fine. DUI, domestic battery, driving under suspended license, sex crimes, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, Resisting without violence, Boating under the Influence (BUI) and Battery are examples of first degree misdemeanors.
Second-degree misdemeanors: Punishable by up to 60 days in jail and a $500.00 fine. Petty theft, shoplifting, criminal mischief and disorderly intoxication are examples of second degree misdemeanors.
Juvenile crimes: Traffic crimes, committed by a juvenile, such as DUI and driving without a license result in misdemeanor charges and are addressed in the adult court system, rather than the juvenile court.