Consequences of Misdemeanor Offenses

A misdemeanor is a criminal offense that is less serious than a felony but more serious than an infraction. Although a misdemeanor carries a lighter sentence than a felony, it remains on an individual’s criminal record for life.

While being charged with a misdemeanor is a smaller offense than being charged with a criminal felony, the consequences can still be life altering and will remain on a persons permanent record. A person with a misdemeanor on record can receive the following life changing consequences:

  • Employers refusing to hire you

  • Colleges refusing to admit you

  • Financial institutions denying you loans

  • Landlords denying you residency

To reduce or completely dismiss your charges contact our office. We will provide a tactical guide to prevent you from dealing with any consequences. Call now for our free case evaluation.