Misdemeanors

A misdemeanor is a less serious crime than a felony, but the effects of a conviction are still serious and can result in up to two years in a county jail, or probation with mandatory treatment for issues such as alcohol, domestic violence, and anger management. The financial costs for a misdemeanor can approach those for felonies – while fines are typically not as high, the costs of probation, in-home detention, and mandatory drug or other treatment can cost thousands of dollars.

The experienced criminal defense attorneys at Bloch & Chapleau have successfully defended hundreds of misdemeanor cases. If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor, you need to call Bloch & Chapleau to ensure your rights are fully protected.