Law

MISDEMEANORS

ARRESTED, NOW WHAT?

At A. Vega Rubio Law, we understand that getting arrested and being charged with a crime is stressful. We also understand the seriousness of a conviction and the impact it can have on the rest of your life. A conviction can influence your candidacy for a job, school, or visa applications. Even if it was just an honest mistake, you will always have to disclose that you were convicted and explain yourself over and over again!

 

Let us help you fight these charges so that you don't have to. As a former Prosecutor, Andromeda Vega Rubio knows what evidence to look for, where the weaknesses in a case are, and what you can do before the charges are ever filed to mitigate the consequences. 

 

However, each case is unique, so it is important that you talk to an attorney as soon as possible to get the best outcome possible.

 

You don't have to do this alone! Let us help you! Call TODAY for a FREE Consultation  at 512-872-3131 for a free Consultation or Click HERE.

MISDEMEANOR PENALTIES

Misdemeanors are more serious than infractions but less severe than felonies. In Texas, misdemeanors are classified according to the relative seriousness of the offense into three categories:

  • Class A misdemeanors

  • Class B misdemeanors

 

An individual convicted of a Class A Misdemeanor shall be punished by:

  • A fine not to exceed $4,000

  • Confinement in jail for a term not to exceed one year; OR

  • Both such fine and confinement

 

An individual convicted of a Class B Misdemeanor shall be punished by:

  • A fine not to exceed $2,000

  • Confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days; OR

  • Both such fine and confinement

 

Please note that an individual's prior conviction may allow for enhancement. 

Misdemeanor Cases we handle:

 

 

If you or your loved one was charged with a misdemeanor case, call A. Vega Rubio Law TODAY at 512-872-3131  for a FREE consultation or Click HERE.