Misdemeanor Charges Lawyer
Our Conroe criminal defense attorneys take your charges seriously
Have you been charged with a misdemeanor in Texas? Or perhaps you’re dealing with the aftermath of a misdemeanor charge involving your spouse or another family member? Whatever the circumstances, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer working with you. You need The Webb Firm, P.C.
Located in Conroe, our law firm has a well-earned reputation for successfully resolving complex criminal cases for clients throughout the area. Attorney Amanda Webb brings a unique perspective to defending people’s rights. That’s because she previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. She knows how both sides think and can put her knowledge to work for you.
What are common misdemeanor charges?
In general, any criminal charge punishable by less than one year in jail or a fine less than $4,000 is considered a misdemeanor charge. Texas also divides misdemeanor charges into three different classes – A, B and C.
The misdemeanor charges with the most serious penalties are Class A misdemeanor charges. Class C misdemeanor charges have less serious penalties. Common misdemeanor charges by class in Texas include:
Class A Misdemeanor
(Penalties – Up to 1 year in jail, up to $4,000 fine)
- Carrying a gun without a permit
- Burglary of property valued at more than $500 but less than $1,500
- Theft of property valued at more than $500 but less than $1,500
Class B Misdemeanor
(Penalties – Up to 180 days in jail, up to $2,000 fine)
- Theft of property valued over $20 but less than $500
- Driving while intoxicated
- Possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana
Class C Misdemeanor
(Penalties – Up to $500 fine)
- Theft of property less than $20
- Assault without bodily injury
Such charges might seem minor but being convicted of a misdemeanor in Texas can have serious consequences. That’s why it’s critical that you take your charges seriously right from the start. We want to help.
How a lawyer can help you
Evidence matters when it comes to misdemeanor charges. That’s why it’s critical that you talk to a lawyer at our law firm as soon as possible. We can review the evidence police have already collected and search for additional facts on our own.
That’s just the beginning. We regularly review arrest reports and search for any inconsistencies or irregularities. We also often consult with experts to get their opinion. If necessary, we will even visit the site of your arrest and try to track down witnesses, if possible.
Your future could be on the line. Get serious about your misdemeanor charge. Get The Webb Firm, P.C. Contact us and schedule your free consultation today with a criminal defense attorney who cares about your case.