When it comes to Class C violations, you need someone who understands them inside and out. When they assign your case a municipal court or with the Justice of the Peace, that means it’s a Class C violation. Typically, these are traffic tickets involving a moving violation. For example, these moving violations include driving without a valid license, Minor in Consumption, Minor in Possession, public intoxication, driving without a seatbelt on, Open Container, possession of drug paraphernalia, assault, or theft.
With these different offenses, you can find yourself facing down a Class C misdemeanor charge. Once you do, make sure to get the best Austin lawyer on the case. These different charges can all lead to negative impacts on your eligibility for schools, work, and other programs. Kelly McMahan dedicates her time and effort to ensure that everyone gets the right defense in court.
How to Fight a Class C Misdemeanor
Kelly McMahan Law offers services that fight these Class C charges for you. When you are convicted of a Class C misdemeanor, it appears on all future applications for jobs, schools, and other programs that conduct background checks. This makes it incredibly difficult to shake off one mistake that you might have made when you were far younger.
To ensure that your misdemeanor does not cause you that kind of trouble, call us today. With our support, you have the best chance of reducing the effects and cost of the misdemeanor or dismissing the case altogether. This keeps your record clean and keeps your future bright.
For drivers with a habit of obtaining traffic violations, you may be marked as a habitual traffic offender (HTO). If this occurs, that leaves you a 20-day window to contest the citation. In this case, you can request a hearing within that timeframe to avoid losing your license to the Department of Public Safety. Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) is a program that adds more penalties to new violations.
Call Us Today
Kelly McMahan Law focuses on providing you with the best legal defense for these Class C violations. As a result, you’ll be able to drive without fear of losing your license. Call (512) 843-2889 or find us online for more information. Let Kelly McMahan help you fight your Class C misdemeanor for the best possible outcome.