Criminal Defense: Professional And Compassionate Representation, No Matter What The Case May Be
Finding yourself in trouble with the law and facing criminal charges can be overwhelming and chaotic. It doesn’t matter if it’s a misdemeanor criminal charge or a felony matter, facing the future can be daunting. At Rosser Law Firm, PLLC, we understand this. You can trust us with your criminal defense.
With offices in both Bolivar and Somerville, our attorneys, Richard Rosser and Colin Rosser, are both longtime residents of Somerville. No matter what the case may be, we approach all legal concerns with professionalism and compassion for your circumstances. This is especially true with criminal defense. When you are facing a criminal charge, we understand that your reputation, livelihood and even your personal freedom may be at risk. We will protect your rights and fight for your freedom.
Taking Misdemeanor Charges Seriously
While a misdemeanor may not present the long-term consequences a felony charge carries, we understand the importance of taking these charges seriously. In the state of Tennessee, misdemeanor charges are divided into three categories, Class A, Class B and Class C, with Class A misdemeanors being some of the most serious.
The most common Class A misdemeanors in Tennessee include:
- Driving under the influence
- Possession of controlled substances
- Disorderly conduct
- Domestic violence
Misdemeanor crimes are typically punishable by fines, restitution and community service, but punishments can also include jail time or up to a year in prison. In addition, a conviction for a misdemeanor crime can end up on your criminal record and might be discovered during background checks for schools, licenses, job applications and rental or housing applications.
The Experience To Handle Serious Criminal Felony Charges
With decades of combined experience, our attorneys have handled the defense of clients who have been charged with:
- Sexual assault and rape
- Aggravated assault
- Drug trafficking
- White collar crimes
- Homicide and murder
In addition to fines and restitution, felony crimes are punishable by a year or more in prison. The state of Tennessee also classifies felonies by seriousness, with Class A felonies being the most serious and violent crimes. Convictions for Class A felonies can result in a prison sentence ranging anywhere from 15 to 60 years. Class E felonies are the least serious but are still punishable by one to six years in prison.
Whether you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, the legal team at Rosser Law Firm, PLLC, is ready to fight on your behalf and protect your legal rights. Criminal charges can sometimes be a catalyst for additional lawsuits. Our attorneys are also fully prepared to help you with any civil concern or family law problem that could potentially arise with your situation.
Call Today For Legal Representation You Can Trust
If you have found in trouble with the law and facing criminal charges, don’t wait. Call us today at 901-910-1960 or send an email using our online form to schedule your initial consultation. We want to understand the facts and circumstances of your particular case; then, we will be able to explain more specifically how we can help you.