Misdemeanor? Felony? Get A Skilled Defense.
Many people can become confused about how serious a criminal charge is when they hear legal terms such as felonies, civil violations or misdemeanors. The fact that the same crime can result in a different level of criminal charge can also lead to further confusion. Rather than trying to figure this out yourself, if you have been charged with a crime you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can provide clarity for you.
At Jason W. Johnson, Attorney at Law, LLC, in Springfield, Mr. Johnson represents clients in southwest Missouri who face misdemeanor and felony criminal charges. No matter how severe the charges against you are, Mr. Johnson will pursue your criminal defense tirelessly. He can defend you from misdemeanor and felony charges, including:
- Drug possession, trafficking and manufacture
- Drunk driving
- Property crimes
- Assault and battery
- Weapons charges
What sets Mr. Johnson apart is the personal attention that he gives to your case. You will not have your case handled by a paralegal or associate; he takes care of every detail himself. When your future is on the line, you can put your trust in Jason W. Johnson, Attorney at Law, LLC. He is active in representing college-aged clients facing criminal charges as well, as a conviction can put their education at risk.
Misdemeanors vs. Felonies: What Is The Difference?
Criminal offenses are classified into two broad categories: misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors can receive up to one year in prison, while felonies can receive more than one year. In some instances, an attorney can help you secure reduced or alternative sentencing. However, the consequences for both misdemeanors and felonies can become more severe if you have previous convictions related to the charge.
Professionalism – Skill – Results
Colleagues and clients recognize attorney Johnson for his professionalism and his ability to achieve positive results. He has represented clients in municipal, state and federal courts throughout Missouri.
Speak With A Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
Whether the state has charged you with a felony or a misdemeanor, Mr. Johnson can help you protect your rights. Reach out to him today to ask questions, talk about your circumstances and learn about your options. To schedule an initial consultation, call 417-708-8078 or send an email.