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Misdemeanor Lawyer in San Antonio

Providing Aggressive & Comprehensive Representation

Many people mistakenly believe misdemeanor offenses are not serious since they don’t carry the same penalties as felonies. Even though being convicted of a misdemeanor will not land you in a federal prison, you can still face thousands of dollars in fines, probation, revoked driving privileges, and even extensive jail time. Misdemeanors are extremely serious and should be treated as such.

A conviction will give you a criminal record and potentially prevent you from:

  • Applying for certain loans
  • Gaining employment
  • Finding housing

At Corley Legal, our misdemeanor attorney in San Antonio has successfully defended countless individuals across Texas over the years. As a result, she and our legal team are intimately familiar with Texas criminal law, especially those regarding misdemeanor offenses, such as driving violations, theft crimes, and minor drug crimes. You can trust us to effectively guide you throughout every stage of the legal process while relentlessly fighting for your rights.

Call Corley Legal today at (210) 361-7322 or contact us online to learn more about our San Antonio misdemeanor lawyer and how we can help you. Call now and schedule a free consultation.

About Misdemeanor Crimes & Their Penalties

Whether you are facing charges of DWI, drug possession, shoplifting, or another misdemeanor offense, we can help you. The exact charges you face will depend on the specific facts of your case and the penalties may be enhanced under certain circumstances. For instance, if you were charged with DWI, you may face more severe penalties if you caused an injury or fatality, if you had a minor child under the age of 15 in your vehicle, or if it is a subsequent offense. Regardless of the severity of the charges you are facing, we have the experience needed to help you.

The classifications of misdemeanors in Texas are as follows:

  • Class C misdemeanor: This is the lowest level misdemeanor category. If convicted, you could face fines of up to $500 but no jail time will be given.
  • Class B misdemeanor: This is the mid-level misdemeanor category. If convicted, you could face up to 180 days in jail and up to $2,000 in fines.
  • Class A misdemeanor: This is the most serious misdemeanor category. If convicted, you could face up to 1 year in jail and up to $4,000 in fines.

Call (210) 361-7322 for Strong Representation

Contact Corley Legal today and set up a free consultation with our San Antonio misdemeanor lawyer. We will sit down with you, discuss the facts of your situation, and help you determine your best steps for moving forward. Once you retain our services, we can get started on creating a personalized case strategy right away. You can trust us to provide you with the effective legal services you deserve.

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