Class C Misdemeanors in Sugar Land
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In the state of Texas, all criminal activity is classified into one of
a number of various categories. Actions that are considered to be a Class
C misdemeanor are generally less-severe in nature and carry reduced penalties
when compared to more serious crimes. However, a conviction of a Class
C misdemeanor can still potentially result in a life-long impact, meaning
you should seek representation from a skilled Sugar Land criminal defense
attorney as soon as possible.
Khawaja Law Firm, PLLC, attorney Ibrahim Khawaja has accrued several years of experience in the
area of criminal law, including spending time as the Chief Prosecutor
for the County Criminal Court at Law #6. This gives him the unique insight
into the thoughts and argument processes of prosecution, and allows him
to better prepare to help you through your charges. Attorney Khawaja’s
acumen has received numerous accolades for his excellent representation,
including an Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Criminal Defense in
2012, 2014, and 2015.
Are you facing a Class C Misdemeanor charge? Call (713) 234-6065 to schedule a
free consultation with the Khawaja Law Firm, PLLC today!
What Crimes are Class C Misdemeanors?
The Class C level is the most expansive for misdemeanor crimes. This is
largely due to the fact that any misdemeanor not specifically graded as
a Class A, Class B, or Class C, is automatically listed as a Class C.
Some sample Class C misdemeanor crimes include:
- Theft of property worth less than $50
- Most traffic tickets
- Disorderly conduct
- Public intoxication
- Minor in possession of alcohol or tobacco
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Simple assault
- Criminal Trespassing
These crimes are some of the least severe, with maximum penalties of up
to a year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000. However, not all cases are
the same, and you should not attempt to face your prosecution without
the assistance of a criminal defense attorney.
Contact the Khawaja Law Firm online now and obtain legal representation to fight
back against your accusations.