Charleston Municipal and Livability Court Lawyer
Municipal and livability court charges may seem minor. However, a guilty plea will end up on your criminal record and can have long-lasting ramifications on your future. In addition, if you are a college student, charges involving fake IDs, minor in possession (MIP) of alcohol or noise violations can impact your scholarships, academic standing and may even result in an expulsion. You have the right to fight against these charges and are entitled to hire legal counsel to advocate on your behalf.
I am Ravi Sanyal, a Charleston municipal and livability court attorney and founder of the Sanyal Law Firm, LLC. I have more than a decade of legal experience as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney in the criminal municipal and livability courts. This experience means that I understand the laws and procedures that are involved in a broad range of charges. Contact me, a South Carolina defense lawyer, online or call 843-641-0347 to discuss your case.
Dedicated Defense Against a Wide Range of Charges
As a former city and livability court prosecutor, I am prepared to provide an effective defense against a wide range of legal offenses, including:
- Fake IDs
- Minor in possession of drugs/alcohol
- Loud noise violations
- Possession of marijuana
- Disorderly conduct
I know that local courts are tough on these types of cases, often prosecuting to the full extent of the law. That is why I will fight for you at every step of the legal process.
Contact a South Carolina MIP Defense Attorney
If you have been charged as a minor in possession (MIP) or are facing charges involving a different type of livability crime, protect your rights with experienced legal representation. Contact me, a Charleston municipal court lawyer, online or call 843-641-0347 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case. I offer evening, weekend and off-site appointments by request, and I accept all major credit cards.