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Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense - Pottstown PA Lawyers serving Montgomery, Berks & Chester CountiesAn arrest for a serious criminal offense or drunk driving can be a pivotal point in anyone’s life.  For some, even parking tickets can put fear in their eyes.  Even some very simple matters come with driving privilege suspensions.  Dealing with PennDot can be a challenge itself.   If your freedoms and future hinge on the outcome of a criminal trial, you owe it to yourself and your family to retain experienced, aggressive defense representation.
     
     Attorney Rick has been an assistant public defender for over four years, representing many individuals at preliminary hearings throughout Montgomery County.  Our mission is to help you smoothly navigate the often complex criminal justice system. We listen carefully to your side of the story, research the charges against you for any sign that police overstepped their bounds, negotiate with prosecutors in your best interests and, if necessary, aggressively litigate in court to ensure that your rights are protected.  If it is your first or second offense, we may be able to qualify you for special programs offered by the courts to keep you from going to jail.

The effective, cost-efficient advocacy that can preserve your liberties and livelihood is just a phone call or email away. Contact us to discuss your situation.

We make the legal process less confusing and intimidating for our clients in connection with:

  • DUI
  • Drug crimes
  • Driving Privileges and License Restoration
  • Theft of Property Related Crimes and Retail Theft
  • Traffic Violations
  • Summary Charges
  • Expungements



      A conviction on felony or misdemeanor charges can result in harsh punishments and follow you for the rest of your life. You do not have to surrender yourself to this kind of bleak future — a jail or prison term, heavy fines, a criminal record, separation from loved ones, damage to your reputation and strict probation or parole conditions upon your release. You must act now to protect your rights.