Georgia Criminal Lawyer Explains Misdemeanors and Traffic Charges
Misdemeanors in the State of Georgia include all the charges that can result in confinement of up to twelve months (12) and a $1,000 to $5,000 fine.
Many people mistakenly believe that a misdemeanor charge does not count as a conviction or will be automatically removed from their record. This is not true. A misdemeanor charge is a criminal matter which can result in a conviction which suspends your driver’s license or can even impact your employment. Defending your misdemeanor charge is what the attorneys at Chanco Schiffer, P.C. has done for countless others and what we are willing to do for you.
Consequences of a suspended or lost driver’s license
Most Georgians are unaware that most misdemeanors can, if handled incorrectly, cause you to lose your driver’s license, be excluded from many jobs, be discriminated against in civil proceedings, be disqualified for many government benefits and even lose your immigration status.
Our Georgia criminal lawyer can help you with your misdemeanor or traffic charge in Georgia
Chanco Schiffer has extensive experience in misdemeanors and traffic Charges. We routinely work in the various Municipal and Magistrate courts where these cases are heard and know exactly how important the outcome of your case is to you. Call our Georgia criminal lawyer today for a Free Consultation at (404) 842-0909!