BUTLER COUNTY MISDEMEANOR ATTORNEYS

Defense Attorneys For Misdemeanor Crimes in Butler County Ohio

Misdemeanor Criminal Defense Lawyers Butler County Hamilton Ohio
Misdemeanor Sentencing Chart

Degree                           Maximum Jail Sentence                        Maximum Fine

   M1                                      180 days                                                     $1000
M2                                       90 days                                                      $750
M3                                       60 days                                                      $500
M4                                      30 days                                                       $250
MM*                                    0 days                                                        $150

*Other sanctions may apply (for example license suspension) for certain types of offenses.
*Sanctions for OVI/DUI convictions require further explanation/clarification.

The defense attorneys at The Peck Law Office have represented hundreds of individuals, both juvenile and adult, charged with misdemeanor offenses. If you have been charged with any misdemeanor offense, you need to act fast and hire a defense lawyer that will be able to provide you with both experienced and knowledgeable representation.  

At this Office, clients benefit from having an accessible, reasonably priced criminal defense attorney who has extensive experience practicing misdemeanor defense in the following Ohio courts:

  • Hamilton County Municipal Court
  • Clermont County Municipal Court
  • Warren County Municipal Court
  • Lebanon
  • Hamilton Municipal Court, City of Hamilton, Ohio
  • Area I Court, Oxford Ohio
  • Area II Court, Hamilton Ohio
  • Area III Court, West Chester Ohio
  • Fairfield Municipal Court
  • Preble County Municipal Court


The Peck Law Office has represented individuals charged with the following misdemeanors:
  • Assault 
  • Domestic Violence
  • Violating a Protection Order
  • Criminal Damaging
  • Theft, Under $1000
  • Receiving Stolen Property, Under $1000
  • Unauthorized Use
  • Passing Bad Checks
  • Making False Reports
  • Child Endangering/Child Endangerment
  • Obstructing Official Business
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Drug Paraphernalia
  • Drug Abuse
  • and many other misdemeanor charges not listed above.

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