Misdemeanor Law Attorneys in Orlando
A crime is considered a misdemeanor if the maximum possible sentence is a year in the county jail or less. Misdemeanor crimes are less serious than felonies, but misdemeanor offenses can still be serious matters. Still, all misdemeanor charges can show up on a background check. And, when someone is confronted by misdemeanor crimes, the end results are quite often negative.
Our experienced misdemeanor defense attorney will help you get through any situation, negotiating the best possible deal, or taking the matter to trial when necessary. Prosecutors often sense whether a defense attorney is prepared to take a case to trial. If not, they won’t give you the best offer. Only when they know that your attorney is prepared and stands a good chance of winning at trial will a prosecutor have the incentive to make the best offer they can give you.