If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor, don’t wait to call an experienced Brevard County misdemeanor attorney! Misdemeanor offenses are criminal offenses, the penalty for which is up to 364 days in the Brevard County Jail and up to a $1000 fine, if the offense is a first degree misdemeanor (M1) or, if the offense is a second degree misdemeanor (M2), the penalty is up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine.*
Depending on the type of charge, other possible penalties include probation, driver license suspensions, community service, mandatory substance abuse/anger management counseling, and random drug and alcohol testing. Make sure to hire attorneys who are aware of the potential consequences of any of these types of alleged offenses in order to protect your rights.
*These are statutory MAXIMUM sentences and some offenses may be eligible for enhancement based
on the nature of the offense and/or your prior convictions.