Misdemeanors are less serious than Felonies, and they tend to carry punishments that are
not as severe as felonies. Although they are lesser on charges, you should not disregard them,
and you need to take the charge seriously. Some misdemeanor convictions can have long
There are two types of New York misdemeanor criminal offenses. The first one is punishable by up to 93 days in the jail. The second is punishable up to one year in the jail.
Both of these misdemeanors can have a negative impact on your record, and sometimes other stipulations may come along with the jail time such as probation, license suspensions, and fines. We can help you reduce these extra repercussions and defend you in court.
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We have extensive experience defending against a large variety of misdemeanors, including charges for:
Possession of marijuana
Operating while visually impaired (OWVI)
Driving under the influence (DUI)
Malicious destruction of property