Misdemeanors

Not all criminal charges are created equal. The differences between being charged with a felony and a misdemeanor can be huge — in terms of jail time, the amounts you may owe in fines and the general effect it can have on your life. Employers, for example, may ask you if you have been convicted of a felony, but rarely will they inquire about misdemeanors.

This is not to say that misdemeanor criminal charges are to be taken lightly. On the contrary, you should work with an experienced, principled misdemeanor defense attorney who will be a strong advocate for you and your freedom. That means choosing the hard-working lawyers of Dunham & Ingram, LLC, in Ocala, Florida.

We Put You And Your Needs First

Misdemeanor charges can come in many forms. College students often find themselves looking at misdemeanor charges for incidents involving underage drinking, criminal mischief or related situations. Our attorneys routinely represent people who are charged with misdemeanors such as:

  • Disorderly conduct, which can stem from public intoxication, fighting in public or disturbing the peace
  • Petty theft, one of several theft crimes, usually regarding shoplifting

Being charged with a criminal offense is scary, whether it's a misdemeanor or a felony. You should feel that your needs are being addressed by your attorney, and you are kept apprised of the progress of your case.

Contact the attorneys at Dunham & Ingram, LLC, for a complimentary consultation about your misdemeanor criminal case. Our offices are conveniently located in Gainesville and Ocala. Call us today at 352-433-1107 or email us your contact information.