Savannah Misdemeanors Attorney
Trusted Attorney with a Decade of Experience
While misdemeanor penalties are less harsh than felonies, there are consequences to any criminal conviction. A misdemeanor conviction can result in jail time, community service, probation, fines, and a permanent criminal record. When you need a misdemeanor lawyer in Savannah, The Lerch Law Firm can provide the experienced legal representation and support you need to approach your legal proceedings with confidence.
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Penalties for Misdemeanors
Some of the most common misdemeanor charges in Georgia include DUI, public drunkenness, trespassing, certain domestic violence situations, prostitution, and vandalism. A criminal conviction for these offenses has the potential to affect many areas of your life beyond the jail time, fines, and other criminal penalties.
A misdemeanor conviction may result in the loss of:
- Driving privileges
- Your right to possess a firearm
- Educational opportunities
- Financial aid
- Employment opportunities
When you are convicted of a crime, even if the charges aren’t serious, you will have a permanent criminal record. This can affect your ability to gain employment, be promoted, or pursue higher education. If your license is suspended and you must drive for work, you could lose your job. Even if your job does not require driving, your employment can be jeopardized by a jail sentence.
Start Building an Effective Defense Strategy
Due to the far-reaching consequences of any criminal conviction, the best thing you can do is to hire an experienced defense attorney. At The Lerch Law Firm, our seasoned misdemeanors lawyer in Savannah provides clients with honest, professional advice to alleviate their concerns. We evaluate each case and work to build the most effective courtroom strategy to fit the specifics of each situation to help you reach your legal goals.
Please contact our law firm today at (912) 417-5008 to start building your defense.
Recent Case ResultsDetermined to Achieve Favorable Outcomes
16 Counts Including Forgery Charges Dismissed
DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving
Illegal Gun Possession Dismissed
Possession with Intent to Distribute Dismissed
State of Georgia v. B.B. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. C.G. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. C.W. DUI reduced
State of Georgia v. E.C. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. H.S. Charges Dismissed