Charged with a Class B Misdemeanor in Plano?
Class B Misdemeanor – Texas Law
A Class B misdemeanor is punishable by up to 180 days in county jail and up to a $2,000 fine. A conviction for a class B misdemeanor will stay on your criminal record forever and prevent you from obtaining gainful employment – which is why it’s important to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer dedicated to keeping your record clean.
The most common class B misdemeanor charges are:
- DWI (under .15 BAC),
- Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz., and
- Theft between $50 and $500
Other Class B Misdemeanors we Defend
There are a wide array of class B misdemeanor charges encompassing the full spectrum of criminal offenses. At Peveto Law, we routinely defend all variety of Class B Misdemeanor charges in Collin County, Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, and the greater DFW area – including the following crimes:
- Criminal Trespass (not of a habitation),
- Disorderly Conduct (involving a firearm),
- Evading Arrest,
- Failure to ID (identify) by giving false identification to police,
- False Report to Peace Officer,
- Indecent Exposure,
- Possession of a controlled substance,
- Silent or Abusive Calls to 911,
- misdemeanor Terroristic Threat, and
- Driving with license suspended or invalid.
We routinely defend Texas Class B Misdemeanor charges of all types in Dallas and County County. In this very competitive job market of 2012, you can’t afford a criminal record because of a Class B misdemeanor conviction. Peveto Law also provides local jail release (attorney writ bonds), removal of warrants, bond reductions, and probation violation representation for Class B misdemeanors in the DFW area.
Class B Misdemeanor Lawyer
Andrew Peveto is a Dallas and Collin county misdemeanor lawyer that will fight tooth and nail to keep a Class B Misdemeanor conviction from staining your permanent criminal record. We have will explore dismissal options, Class C misdemeanor reductions, pretrial diversion, and deferred adjudication possibilities – not to mention winning your case at trial – all in order to insure your eligibility for expunction or nondisclosure of your criminal record in the future. Contact Peveto Law today for a free consultation, and to find out what options may be available to you.
Contact Andrew Peveto today for a free consultation