If you have been arrested for crime in Pennsylvania, whether in state court or Federal Court, or if you are being investigated for a crime, contact this office as soon as possible for a free consultation.
Everyone who is under criminal investigation or is accused of a crime in the United States has legal rights. Those rights include the right to know the charge, face your accusers, and cross examine witnesses. If the police ask to search your house, car, or person, they cannot do so without probable cause or reasonable suspicion, a search warrant, or your consent.
You have the right to an attorney and the right to remain silent. It is strongly suggested that you exercise this right! For someone to be convicted of a crime, the state or Federal government has to prove its case beyond any reasonable doubt. My job as your defense attorney is to make sure that the government respects all your rights, and meets their high standard of proof. After over 20 years of courtroom experience, I have become quite familiar with the criminal justice system, and can sometimes obtain a victory where a less experienced or well-trained lawyer might not.
Selecting the right criminal defense attorney can mean the difference between suffering the most severe consequences the criminal justice system has to offer, or freedom. When you or your loved one's freedom is on the line there is no substitute for a skilled attorney who knows the system and can successfully guide you through it. We can start protecting your interests right away with the utmost confidence and confidentiality. All consultations, whether over the phone, e-mail or in-person are completely confidential and protected by the attorney-client privilege and attorney duty of confidentiality, even if you do not retain our firm We will consult with you, free-of-charge, for up to twenty-minutes over the phone and provide you with a quote for services. If your matter is highly sensitive due to current law enforcement investigations, then you will be advised to come into the office for an in-person consultation.
During a consultation, you will learn about your legal rights, and the possible legal strategies that will protect you. We will give you a road-map of what the future might hold for your case. We will also give you a picture of how we would best defend you.