Misdemeanors

Aggressively Challenging Misdemeanor Charges

Misdemeanors are thought of as minor crimes. But don’t be fooled, even minor crimes can carry a heavy penalty.

Crimes are considered a felony or misdemeanor based on the possible punishment. A misdemeanor offense can receive a maximum of a $5,000 fine or 12 months in jail. If found guilty of certain misdemeanors, you also face the possibility of community service, losing the right to carry a firearm, losing some types of student financial aid, and a criminal record following you for the rest of your life. These outcomes can affect your education, job and future job prospects.

Equipped To Defend Against A Variety Of Offenses

Our lawyers at The Law Office of James E. Goad, PC, explore all options to reduce the impact these criminal matters have on your future and your rights. We aggressively advocate for our clients charged with a range of standard and aggravated misdemeanor violations, including:

If your career and reputation are important, you will recognize the necessity of having a strong, experienced and ethical attorney on your side to protect your rights.

Get The Experienced Representation You Need

Call 770-615-7002 or email the trusted Georgia attorneys at The Law Office of James E. Goad, PC, to arrange your free consultation. We can take action to protect your legal rights and help minimize the negative consequences resulting from a misdemeanor charge.