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In the event that you or a friend or family member has been criminally charged, you require an experienced and diligent Tallahassee criminal defense attorney who battles for your rights. While most large firms assign many cases to junior attorneys in their firm, Lee Meadows insists that every case he accepts is handled and represented by him. Ensure that you have 38 years of courtroom experience on your side!

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403 North Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

Email

info@meadowslaw.com

Phone

Office: (850) 224-8873
Fax: (850) 681-0139
24/7: 1-800-681-0139

 

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MISDEMEANOR

 

The Law Office of Lee Meadows has over 38 years assisting people needing guidance about Misdemeanor Crimes in Florida.

What Are Some Examples of Common Misdemeanors?

EXAMPLES OF COMMON MISDEMEANORS ARE:
 

  • Battery

  • Domestic Violence Battery

  • Disorderly Conduct

  • Driving on a Suspended License (DWLS)

  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

  • Loitering and Prowling

  • Marijuana Possession (Cannabis Possession)

  • Petit (Petty) Theft

  • First Offense Prostitution; and

  • Resisting an Officer without Violence

Don't Go At It Alone

 

You may feel that going before a judge on a misdemeanor will only result in a small fine or a slap on your wrist, but you should consider that:

  • A misdemeanor will go on your criminal record,

  • If placed on probation, you could face jail if you violate,

  • Although a misdemeanor conviction will not result in the loss of your civil rights, there is the possibility of jail if you appear without an attorney.

  • More likely, some judges adjudicate (convict) first-time offenders guilty of a misdemeanor; even though that same person would have received a Withhold of Adjudication if they had hired a criminal defense attorney to represent them.

  • You also need to be aware if you are considering a later sealing or expungement of your record, that this will be precluded if you plead or are found guilty of a misdemeanor offense.

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