Misdemeanors

Misdemeanors

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Misdemeanors are crimes that are less serious in nature than felonies. However, it is important to know that misdemeanors can result in significant fines and jail time. The maximum penalties are 24 months in the county jail and a $5,000 fine.

Just as importantly, a misdemeanor conviction in Colorado can remain on your record for life. This can have a negative impact on you and your family, including affecting your ability to get into college, get a job, or buy a home. It can also affect your immigration status. Consequently, it is important to talk with a criminal defense lawyer before you take any action regarding your misdemeanor charge.

Former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney Amy Okubo specializes in criminal defense and can help you prepare a strong case and achieve the best possible outcome for your situation. Plus, as someone who understands that dealing with the criminal justice system can be confusing and intimidating, she provides compassionate guidance throughout the process.

Contact Amy at her Longmont, Colorado office for a free initial consultation.

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