Fighting Misdemeanor Charges in Michigan
Being charged with a misdemeanor crime in Michigan can be a stressful time in your life. When you’re facing the possibility of jail time, you want a criminal defense lawyer who will protect your rights and aggressively fight for the best outcome possible.
At White Law PLLC, we can provide you with the legal assistance necessary to either get your entire case thrown out or your charges reduced substantially. Our Okemos misdemeanor attorneys can thoroughly investigate your case, analyze all of the available evidence, and develop an effective defense strategy just for you. Do not risk going to jail without 60+ Years of combined legal experience on your side.
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What are the Different Types of Misdemeanors in Michigan?
A misdemeanor crime in Michigan is less serious in comparison with a felony. In general, misdemeanor crimes are distinguished from felonies by the seriousness of injury inflicted on another individual, the monetary value of property taken, or the amount of illegal drugs in a person’s possession and whether there is evidence of intent to sell or distribute the drugs.
The following are the three classes of misdemeanors in Michigan:
- Misdemeanor punishable by up to 93 days in jail and a fine of up to $500
- Misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000
- High court misdemeanors (which are punishable by up to two years in prison and a fine of up to $2,000)
For a free legal consultation with a misdemeanor crimes lawyer serving Okemos, call (517) 316-1195
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Not only does a conviction of a misdemeanor crime in Michigan result in jail time or fines, but also a permanent mark on your criminal record. Having a criminal record can ruin your reputation, making it difficult to obtain employment or take advantage of some of life’s opportunities. Our Okemos misdemeanor attorney is dedicated to making sure that your rights and future are protected.
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