Perhaps you’ve heard or read that Kelly McMahan Law handles all Class C violations. However, you aren’t sure what kind of violation you’ve received, so you don’t know if we would be able to help. Fortunately, Class C violations are misdemeanors. That means that they are among the least serious offenses you could be charged with. You don’t face jail time or even probation. However, that does not mean that you should accept the violation and pay any imposed fines. Class C misdemeanors can still have a negative impact on your driving or criminal record. In turn, this could affect your eligibility for certain jobs or school programs. You still have a lot to lose when you’re faced with a Class C misdemeanor. Let Kelly McMahan Law fight your case.
Class C violations can impact your employment.
Examples of Class C Violations
Class C violations include:
- Minor in possession of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco
- Driving while license invalid
- DUI (minor under the influence of a substance)
- Some instances of theft and drug possession
- Disorderly conduct
- Open container in a vehicle
- Most traffic tickets
The easiest way to determine whether you have been charged with a Class C misdemeanor is to check which court you have to appear in. Class C violations are tried in municipal court.
Class C violations have a fine of no more than $500, but there are additional consequences. For example, your license could be suspended or revoked. Also, the misdemeanor will show up on your background check. These are just a few reasons we suggest that you hire an attorney and take your case to court.
Law Office for Class C misdemeanors
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We’ll fight your Class C violation in court. Don’t let one mistake cause unneeded difficulty in your life. Call us at (512) 843-2889 or contact us here, and we’ll let you know how we can help. You deserve a strong, solid case. Your future and potentially your livelihood is at stake. Kelly McMahan has handled hundreds of cases over the years, and doesn’t just fight tickets as a job, but as a passion. You deserve the aid of an attorney who actually wants to fight your case. Call Kelly McMahan Law today.