Misdemeanor Crimes We Will Ensure Your Voice Is Heard Both Inside & Outside Of The Courtroom

Legal Defense for Misdemeanor Crimes

Our Bay City Criminal Defense Lawyers Are Here for You

While a misdemeanor crime is a less serious than a felony, they are still punishable by up to two years in prison, extensive fines, a permanent criminal record, and other life-changing consequences. If convicted of multiple misdemeanors, the sentences can become progressively harsher. Depending on the value of property taken or damaged, any proof of intent, and any harm caused to another person, a misdemeanor can be placed in one of three classes of severity.

We represent clients throughout who have been charged with the following misdemeanors:

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Disturbing the peace
  • Embezzlement money or property (worth less than $200)
  • Larceny
  • Shoplifting
  • Intentional discharge of a firearm without the intent to injure
  • Indecent exposure
  • Negligent vehicular homicide

If you or if someone you know has been charged with a misdemeanor, it's important to retain a Bay City criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Your ability to look for a job and apply for a professional license, rent a home, or receive federal financial aid as a student. Don't risk these consequences! Contact our firm now!

Call Gower Law PLC Now!

At our firm, our clients' needs and best interests are our highest priority. In every case we work on, we advocate for the best options possible and are not afraid to take on even the most complicated case. When you are facing serious consequences if convicted of a misdemeanor in the state of Michigan, you can count on our legal team to defend you and pursue the best possible outcome.

Don't hesitate to contact our firm as soon as you have been charged or suspect you will be charged with a misdemeanor crime. The sooner we are able to start on your case, the better.

Call our Bay City misdemeanor lawyers at (989) 244-4333 to schedule a case consultation in our office.

“Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue, That You May Live.”

- Deuteronomy 16:20
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