Our criminal defense law firm represents individuals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey charged with crimes and offenses ranging from simple possession of drugs and narcotics to violent felony crimes such as aggravated assault, robbery and homicide. While the majority of these cases involve representation of adults, our law firm has also represented minors in the […]
Recently colleagues nominated me as a 2020 Super Lawyer the field of criminal defense within the Philadelphia metro area. Obviously, I’m humbled and grateful for the selection but can’t stress enough the importance of looking beyond an attorney’s awards and other past accolades. Focus on what the attorney is doing to keep him or herself […]
Pennsylvania Enhanced Penalties In Criminal Cases If you are facing criminal charges or DUI charges in Pennsylvania there are certain circumstances that can lead to enhanced, meaning much more harsh, penalties. This is true even for a first offense misdemeanor. Rather than go through this alone it makes ensue to consult with our Philadelphia criminal […]
Our law firm represents individuals charged with criminal trespass in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. If you face this type of offense it is important that your criminal lawyer explain that it can be graded as a felony, misdemeanor, or summary offense. Obviously, there is a dramatic difference between the grading within this criminal category and […]
Our clients defense at trial was extremely weak because there was strong evidence to suggest that he was in constructive possession of the illegal narcotics.
The Cam Newton situation has raised questions as to whether the Carolina Panthers violated the policy during the Wild Card Playoff Game last Sunday.
The holiday season is here and this is the second part of my two part article on criminal offenses during the holiday season.
The prosecution must establish a temporal connection between the accident and the persons impairment.
New Jersey, like PA, maintains a statute which prohibits some from possessing weapons. Find out what convictions prohibit you from even possessing a weapon