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Dallas Misdemeanor Charges
Texas Class A and Class B Misdemeanor Defense
As a former Assistant District Attorney in Kaufman County and a former Chief Felony Prosecutor in Dallas County, Brian Corrigan has seen everyday citizens and local residents lose their driver's licenses and compromise their ability to earn a living and support their families because of misdemeanors, violations and penalties.
As an experienced criminal defense attorney, Brian Corrigan is highly skilled at representing individuals who have been accused, investigated, or charged with crimes in Dallas, Rockwall, Kaufman County and across North Texas.
Corrigan has years of experience as a local district attorney and chief prosecutor in Texas. He is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and familiar with the legal system inside and out. When your reputation and lifestyle are at stake, Corrigan is committed to obtaining a not guilty verdict or negotiating with prosecutors to secure a favorable plea barging that minimizes or eliminates jail time, probation, fines and community service hours.
If you have any questions about Corrigan's legal service, please call 214-762-6302.
Types of Misdemeanors
Every day, working-class people facing misdemeanor charges or dealing with pending misdemeanor cases enter Corrigan's offices seeking a course of action. Many people facing misdemeanor charges have never been convicted before and believe they can go into it alone. Misdemeanors in Texas are classified as a A, B, and C.
Although a Class B misdemeanor is less severe than a felony conviction, violations of this type can result in fines of $2,000 and up to 180 days in county jail. Consequences of drunk driving (for example) can also include mandatory license suspension, which can be difficult for many people to deal with when they are trying to support a family, raise children or hold down a full-time job.You can be arrested and jailed for Class C misdemeanors, but the range of punishment is a fine not to exceed $500. If you are in jail, the each day can be used to credit towards your fine. Class A misdemeanors are punishable by a fine not to exceed $4000 and up to 1 year in the county jail.
If you are facing jail time for a Class B misdemeanor or other violations in Rockwall County or Kaufman County, it could remain on your permanent criminal record for the rest of your life. As a former Texas prosecutor, Corrigan understands the serious nature of misdemeanors. He is dedicated to fighting each and every misdemeanor case and achieving the best outcome for each client.
Corrigan's areas of expertise in criminal law include:
If you are facing misdemeanor charges or have pending misdemeanor cases for any of the following crimes, contact Corrigan. He has your best interest at heart.
Obtain Assistance and Protection
All types of misdemeanor or violations can turn into nightmares. If you go into a courtroom without proper representation and protection, you may see your problems multiple. Turn to a trustworthy lawyer who can guide you through any of your legal challenges. Turn to Corrigan for assistance. For a free consultation, please call 214-762-6302. Don't let one misdemeanor ruin your reputation and every day freedom.