Misdemeanor: Misdemeanors are generally less serious than felonies. However, misdemeanors should never be taken lightly. Misdemeanors do carry serious consequences. Before you pay a bondsman, you should seriously consider hiring the Law Offices of Sacks & Sacks first. To help you with your decision, the law office of Sacks & Sacks would like you to consider the following:
- First degree misdemeanors are punishable by up to one year in the county jail.
- Second degree misdemeanors are punishable by up to 60 days in the county jail.
|LOW COST FIRST TIME OFFENDER DEFENSE depending on the crime, attorney Adam Sacks offers attorney fees starting as low as $750.00. You will receive the professional attention of an attorney with over 20 years of courtroom experience. Adam Sacks was also a former Assistant State Attorney. Please call us right away for a free consultation so we can discuss how you may qualify for a low cost discount for first time offenders.
Please Call (904) 396-5557 to set-up your free initial consultation. You may also reach attorney Adam Sacks on his private cell phone at (904) 635-9355.
Misdemeanors can be more serious then you may think. Examples of misdemeanors include, but are not limited to the following: DUI, domestic violence battery, assault, theft, possession of cannabis, knowingly driving while license is suspended or revoked. Misdemeanors should not be taken lightly. Did you know that if you are being charged with a misdemeanor for which you have been previously sentenced for the same offense twice within the past five years, the state has the power to charge you with a 3rd degree felony?
Are the police questioning you, a family member or a friend? Have criminal charges been filed already? Are you worried that you, a family member or a friend may be a suspect of criminal activity? How you handle your first interactions with the police and prosecutors can determine the outcome of your case. The sooner you contact the Law Office of Sacks & Sacks, the better your outcome could be.
Please contact the Law Office of Sacks & Sacks before it is too late. For before or after regular business hours please contact the personal cell phones of attorney Adam Sacks at (904) 635-9355 or attorney Melanie Sacks at (904) 614-1632. At the law office of Sacks & Sacks you will speak to an actual attorney/owner from the beginning to the end of your case.
Legal fees can vary by degree of misdemeanor. Fees based on non-trial conclusions.