Tampa Public Intoxication Lawyer
Facing accusations of being intoxicated in public? Fight to get your charges dropped with help from a Tampa attorney.
In Florida, being charged with disorderly intoxication—commonly known as public intoxication—can be serious, so it’s important to take your case seriously now and fight to get your case dismissed. That’s not always easy, however, which is why it’s important to contact a Tampa disorderly intoxication attorney at Hersem Law.
At Hersem Law, we understand how difficult it can be to fight criminal charges like this, and we’re ready to help. Call a lawyer to help you with your case.
When you’re accused of disorderly intoxication in Florida, you’ll need to understand the consequences. In some cases, you might be sent home to “sober up.” If you’re arrested, however, you’ll need to know what to expect from you case.
This charge is a second-degree misdemeanor in Florida, which means you could face sixty days of jail time and a fine of $500. Time in jail can significantly disrupt your life, especially if you have children, a job, or classes. And if you don’t have room in your budget to pay your fine, you could find yourself in a tough situation.
That’s not to mention the consequences a disorderly intoxication conviction could have on your personal life. The good news is that Hersem Law can defend you against this charge.
Seek a Tampa Lawyer for Legal Help
If you’ve been accused of disorderly intoxication, you’ll need to prepare a strong defense to get your case dropped in Tampa. Unfortunately, that can be difficult to do without help. You may not have the experience or time to prepare your case. Fortunately, you don’t have to prepare your case alone.
Instead, you can seek out help from Hersem Law. We understand how stressful this time is for you, and we want to help you avoid the harsh punishments that a disorderly intoxication conviction could bring.
When you’re ready to fight back, your Tampa disorderly intoxication lawyer can help. Get started with a free strategy session by calling 813-251-7291 or by completing the online form below to get started.