MAS Law Firm - Texas Criminal Defense Attorneys
MAS Law Firm - Texas Criminal Defense Attorneys
Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys
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With a combined experience of more than 35 years, team of criminal defense attorneys of MAS Law Firm is here to provide you dedicated, aggressive, honest, and cost effective legal services for your criminal matter. Call or Email to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION with our team. Let our experience be on your side to protect your rights!

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At MAS Law Firm, our experienced attorneys proudly help clients in a wide-variety of criminal matters. We have helped hundreds of clients over the years who have been criminally accused. Our criminal defense team can help your with:

Dallas Misdemeanor Charges Attorneys

Lawyers for Misdemeanors Charges in Dallas Texas

According to Texas Penal Code, an offense is either a Felony or Misdemeanor. Felonies are crimes for which a person may be sentenced to imprisonment in the state institution division or to death. Misdemeanors are crimes of lesser degree, for which a person may be fined and/or sentenced to imprisonment. Misdemeanors are divided into Class A, Class B, and Class C classes according to the degree of seriousness and the type of punishment.

 

Although misdemeanors are not serious criminal offenses as felonies, they can have a negative effect on a person’s future. Often, people make the mistake of not protecting themselves legally for misdemeanors thinking that these are not serious offenses. As criminal defense professionals, we have experienced that misdemeanors can affect one’s life for years if not taken seriously. Over the years, our firm has helped thousands of clients facing misdemeanor charges in different Texas counties including, Dallas, Collin, Tarrant, Denton, Rockwall, Johnson, Delta, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Parker, and Wise.

 

 

Class A Misdemeanor

According to Texas Penal code, a Class A Misdemeanor can have following penalties:

  • Up to one year in the county jail and/or a fine not to exceed $4,000
  • Up to two (2) years of community supervision or three (3) years with an extension

According to Texas Penal Code, a person can be charged with Class A Misdemeanor if he or she commits:

  • Evading Arrest on Foot
  • Interference with a 911 Call
  • Vulgarity
  • Perjury
  • Possession of Marijuana (2-4 ounces)
  • Promotion of Gambling
  • Public Lewdness
  • Violation of Protective Orders
  • Resisting an Arrest
  • Burglary of a Vending/Coin Operated Machine
  • Burglary of an Automobile
  • Animal Cruelty
  • Second Offense of DWI
  • Assault with Bodily Injury
  • Bail Jumping of Misdemeanor Offense
  • Escape from Misdemeanor Custody
  • Stealing Check
  • Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon

 

 

Class B Misdemeanor

According to Texas Penal code, a Class B Misdemeanor can have following penalties:

  • Up to 180 days in the jail and/or a fine not to exceed $2,000
  • Up to two (2) years of community supervision or three (3) years with an extension

According to Texas Penal Code, a person can be charged with Class B Misdemeanor if he or she commits:

  • Fraudulent Degree
  • False Report to a Police Officer
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Criminal Trespassing
  • Harassment
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Possession of Marijuana (2 ounces or less of Marijuana)
  • Prostitution
  • Terroristic Threat
  • Silent Calls to 911
  • Riot

 

 

Class C Misdemeanor

According to Texas Penal code, a Class C Misdemeanor can have following penalties:

  • Fine not to exceed $500

According to Texas Penal Code, a person can be charged with Class C Misdemeanor if he or she commits:

  • Assault by Threat
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Gambling
  • Issuance of a Bad Check
  • Leaving a Child in a Vehicle
  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol
  • Possession of Alcoholic Beverage in Motor Vehicle
  • Public Intoxication
  • Use of Laser Pointers

 

Our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys is here to provide you a dedicated and cost-effective legal service for your misdemeanor case. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor in Texas and want to know what your next step should be, contact our experienced attorneys for a FREE CONSULTATION. This free consultation appointment will give you a chance to discuss your case with our experienced attorneys and get their legal opinion. Call us at 1.866.789.1664, email us at contact@dallasarealaw.com, or fill out the form on top of this page to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION. We look forward to providing you an excellent legal service for your misdemeanor case.