Misdemeanor Charges Must Be Taken Seriously
Misdemeanor charges are nothing to brush off. Under Tennessee law, conviction on a class A misdemeanor charge can carry a penalty of up to 11 months and 29 days in jail. Even for so-called minor misdemeanor charges, you may face steep fines and other penalties. We know what you’re up against. Do you?
And the long-term consequences of a conviction don’t end there. Having any kind of conviction on your record can make it hard for you to get a job, secure a loan, find adequate housing or further your education.
To defend yourself and protect your future, you need the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney. Call us at 615-861-1191 to discuss your future in a free initial consultation.
Early in our careers, we worked in the prosecutor’s office. We gained valuable experience in seeing how the other side thinks. We know the strategies the prosecution will use to build a case against you. That is why we are able to craft a strong defense and negotiate successful outcomes for our clients. We have also negotiated literally thousands of cases. This experience means we will be able to negotiate for the best outcome to your case.
Misdemeanors Cover A Wide Variety Of Charges
At Dusché & Delk, an Association of Attorneys, in Franklin, Tennessee, we defend people accused of misdemeanors offenses and petty misdemeanors in cases involving issues such as:
- Traffic offenses
- First-time offenders
- Underage drinking
- Sale of alcohol to people under 21
- Marijuana possession and other drug charges
- Misdemeanor DUI and drunk driving charges
- Defense for college students accused of crimes
- Domestic violence charges and orders of protection
We also defend clients who are facing felony charges and assist people who are seeking protective orders.
Make An Appointment With A Skilled Defense Attorney
If you need to speak to a skilled lawyer near Nashville about misdemeanor charges, call our office at 615-861-1191. You can also reach us by email. We provide a free initial consultation to discuss your case.