When you’re facing possible jail time, hefty fines or both, you need a respected and experienced advocate protecting your best interests.

It’s a serious matter when you’re charged with a crime, even if it is a misdemeanor.

Unintended acts of indiscretion, such as driving under the influence (DUI), trespassing, disorderly conduct, or vandalism, may result in criminal charges being filed against you.

While it might seem easier to face the music and accept your punishment, the ramifications of having any sort of criminal conviction – even a misdemeanor – can haunt you long after the jail sentence is served or the fine is paid. When you are facing a misdemeanor criminal charge, you need an advocate in your corner that understands the law and knows how to prepare a defense to help you achieve the best result possible.

Attorney Brittany B. Kimble has years of experience representing defendants in misdemeanor criminal cases in both state and federal courts. She knows how law enforcement investigates a case. She also understands how prosecutors evaluate a case. Her number one priority is always the best interests of her clients.

She will carefully analyze your case, craft the best defense strategy, and advocate zealously for you throughout the trial process. If going to trial is not in your best interest, Attorney Kimble will negotiate tirelessly on your behalf to achieve the best plea deal possible. She will not rest until justice is done.