Misdemeanor Offenses

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. Just because misdemeanors are regarded as less serious crimes doesn’t mean they don’t have consequences. Misdemeanors will still appear on background checks for prospective employers, applications for certain licenses, and more. A misdemeanor conviction on your record can seriously affect your future.

Having an experienced attorney on your side can help protect your rights and minimize the damage of the charges against you.

At Michael K. Allen & Associates, we approach every misdemeanor case with the same dedication as we would a murder case. These cases should be taken seriously, and we commit ourselves to obtaining the best possible result on your behalf.

Our criminal defense attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience in criminal law. Each of our lawyers has spent years prosecuting cases for Hamilton County. Our knowledge of criminal law from both sides allows us to be much more proactive and efficient in the preparation of your defense. We know what to expect from the other side, and we know how to combat it in court.

Our firm has experience with all types of misdemeanor offenses, including:

Call us today to learn how we can help you fight your misdemeanor charge.