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Misdemeanor charge may be mitigated with proper representation

Getting a misdemeanor charge may seem like a little thing to you, but it can seriously mess up your job prospects if your employer must do a background screening in order to hire you and give you access to company information. Protecting your rights is what Steve LeBlanc LTD (APLC) law firm is all about. We know what needs to happen and when it needs to happen. We have over 40 years of defense experience so giving us a call and get us involved early. It is what you may need to do.

Things such as possessing a small amount of marijuana, having some drug paraphernalia on your body or in your car can bring a misdemeanor charge. Of course, if you have a history of these offenses, the authorities may upgrade this to a felony, so you need to be careful.

We at the Steve LeBlanc LTD law firm carefully listen to your story, do our research and tell you your options. We know the laws of the state of Louisiana and will do our best to get your charges minimized or dropped. Knowing what to look for in the police report can help you in your defense.

Some of the areas that we deal with quite a bit are misdemeanors for methamphetamine possession, cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin charges, along with ecstasy, marijuana and prescription drug possession charges. We also defend those accused of violent crimes, sex crimes and white collar crimes.

If you or a loved one have been charged with a misdemeanor, call in the best. We have a good reputation for helping our clients with this type of charge.

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