Misdemeanor Cases

  1. Definition of Misdemeanor
    Definition of Misdemeanor
    A misdemeanor is a criminal offense less serious than a felony charge. It is punishable by fines and/or a local jail sentence of one year or less. Punishment can include probation or deferred adjudication.
The following are examples of misdemeanor charges for which assistance is offered:
Assistance is also available in the following specialized areas:     
 
  • ​​Appeals
  • Occupational Driver's License
  • Non-disclosures
  • Expunctions
  • Early Release
  • Modification of Probation
    
  • ​​Marijuana charges
  • DWI/DUI
  • Driving with License Invalid
  • Evading/Resisting Arrest
  • Failure to ID
  • Failure to report accident
  • Assault/Family Violence
  • Violation of Protective Order
  • Weapons charges
  • Hot Check/Theft Charges
  • Probation revocations
    


For information about the law under which you have been charged, go to the 
    

If your driver's license has been suspended and you need to find out what must be done to get it back, go to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
 
 
Waco misdemeanor cases are currently handled by only two county courts at law. For information on these courts go to McLennan County's Offical Website.


Call 254-753-3100

With the exception of routine traffic tickets, representation is available for all misdemeanor cases.