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A crime that is punishable by less than one full year of incarceration or jail is considered a criminal misdemeanor under Wisconsin law. Time may be served in a prison or jail depending on the nature and number of the misdemeanor convictions one has. It should be pointed out that there are other penalties that courts order after misdemeanor convictions. A person facing these types of charges should inquire into what exact penalties are possible for the individual misdemeanor charge(s) they are facing.
At Smerlinski Law Office, we have helped clients get acquittals for many different misdemeanor charges over the years. Contact us for a free consultation where we can discuss the individual facts of your case.
Here are some examples of the most common misdemeanors. Even if your charges aren’t listed below we can help. We have helped clients with a wide variety of misdemeanor charges over the years.
There are numerous possible misdemeanors that can be charged under Wisconsin law. It is always wise to seek the advice of a defense attorney to determine the nature of the charges you face and the extent of penalties that exist upon conviction. By doing this, in most cases, it will result in maintaining your individual freedom from incarceration.