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Protect Your Rights & Future with our Denver Misdemeanor Lawyer

Getting arrested for a criminal offense is a frightening, stressful, and confusing situation—no matter how serious the charges may be. In order to avoid conviction or serving the maximum penalties, having an experienced and skilled Denver misdemeanor lawyer on your side can make a significant difference in your case.

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor in Colorado, The Law Office of Michael Boyce, PC is ready to fight for the most favorable possible outcome. For more than 15 years, Attorney Michael Boyce has handled hundreds of criminal cases inside and outside the courtroom. He can investigate your case, collect evidence, find weaknesses in the prosecution’s argument, and help you either get your case dismissed or your charges/penalties reduced. Your best chance of freedom is having a lawyer on your side.

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Why You Need to Hire a Lawyer When Facing a Misdemeanor

Since misdemeanors are not as serious as felonies, many individuals facing the former avoid hiring an attorney or ignore their charges altogether. Unfortunately, getting convicted of a misdemeanor can cause irreparable damage to your personal life and professional reputation.

For example, a misdemeanor conviction is punishable by jail time, fines, license suspension, and other harsh penalties. Misdemeanors in Colorado can carry terms of up to 2 years in jail.

The following are the types of misdemeanors in Colorado and their associated penalties:

  • Class 1 Misdemeanor – Punishable by a maximum 24-month jail term and a fine of up to $5,000.
  • Class 2 Misdemeanor – Punishably by a maximum 12-month jail sentence and a fine not exceeding $1,000.
  • Class 3 Misdemeanor – Punishable by a maximum six-month jail term and a fine no more than $750.
  • Traffic Misdemeanors – There are two types of traffic misdemeanors: Class 1 and Class 2. A Class 1 misdemeanor carries a maximum one-year jail sentence and a fine of up to $1,000, while a Class 2 misdemeanor results in a maximum 90-day jail term and a fine no more than $300.

Furthermore, getting convicted of a misdemeanor also leads to a permanent criminal record. Having a conviction on your record can make it hard to get a job, find housing, apply for college, or take advantage of other opportunities life has to offer.

Attorney Michael Boyce can help you navigate the complexities of the legal process and ensure your rights are always protected. He is committed to getting the best possible results on your behalf, so you can get your life back on the right track.

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Due to the severity of the penalties for a misdemeanor offense, you may benefit from Attorney Michael Boyce’s legal experience and extensive knowledge of Colorado law. From start to finish, he has your best interests at heart.

For more information, contact us and discuss your case with The Law Office of Michael P. Boyce, PC today. Free consultation.

Why Choose The Law Office of Michael P. Boyce?

  • Experienced

    Over 14 Years of Proven
    Criminal Defense Experience

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    Employ a Tailored Approach
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  • Proven Results

    Has Handled Hundreds
    of Successful Trials