Misdemeanor offenses (including most traffic offenses) carry a maximum sentence of one year in jail and/or a fine up to $1,000.00. Oftentimes, individuals charged with misdemeanor offenses believe they can handle the case themselves, as misdemeanors are “not that serious” or “simple”. That could not be further from the truth.
Many misdemeanor offenses carry a mandatory loss of driving privileges. Many others carry mandatory jail time. Most misdemeanor offenses will result in an individual having a permanent criminal record.
The Fayetteville, GA traffic defense attorneys at Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C., have a broad range of experience defending all types of misdemeanor offenses, including the following:
Please call us now. You need an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney on your side.