CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN AUDUBON, PA
Police officers in Audubon, Pennsylvania charge many people with crimes every year. Some of these offenses are minor misdemeanor cases, and others are serious felonies. No matter what charges you might be facing, it is critical for you to take them seriously. Being convicted of a crime can result in serious consequences and criminal penalties, including incarceration, fines, restitution, and others. If you have a conviction on your record, you might be prevented from obtaining professional licenses or security clearances. In some cases, people who have criminal records have trouble being approved for leases and credit.
Fighting against criminal charges should begin with hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney. Michael DiCindio with DiCindio Law is a former prosecutor and highly skilled defense lawyer who has handled criminal matters at all offense levels. His knowledge of how the police and prosecutors work their cases provides him with an important insight into the possible moves that the prosecutor might make in his clients’ cases. This helps him to anticipate arguments and craft better defenses to the charges for his clients.
When you retain DiCindio Law to handle your criminal case, your lawyer will begin investigating what happened immediately. We work with experts and investigators to help us to uncover critical evidence and witnesses that might help our clients. Mr. DiCindio carefully reviews the evidence that the state uses against his clients to determine the best defense strategies to use. In some cases, he finds that the police have made mistakes in how they investigated their cases. When this happens, Mr. DiCindio may file motions to ask the court to suppress some of the evidence. Prosecutors cannot use evidence that the court has suppressed against our clients. If we win at a motions hearing, the prosecutor may be forced to greatly reduce the charges or dismiss them.
DiCindio Law represents people who have been charged with all of the following types of crimes: