When people are charged with crimes in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, they may be frightened and concerned about what they might expect to happen in the future. It is important to understand that charges are not evidence and do not mean that you will be found guilty of the offense for which you have been charged. DiCindio Law strongly believes that all people who are charged with crimes deserve to present the strongest possible defenses to the allegations against them. We are willing to fight for our clients’ freedom and rights through the criminal litigation process to secure the best outcomes possible.
A former criminal prosecutor, Michael DiCindio knows how the police and prosecutors investigate and build cases against defendants. This inside knowledge gives Mr. DiCindio a unique insight and allows him to anticipate the types of arguments that might be raised. DiCindio Law does not take police reports at face value and instead works with investigators to find out what happened. This often helps us to uncover mitigating evidence and helpful witnesses to help our clients fight against their criminal charges.
If you are facing criminal charges, you need to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Hiring an experienced attorney soon after you have been charged might help you to avoid making critical errors that could harm your defense case. When your lawyer has more time to work on your case, he or she might be able to build a stronger defense case for you. Michael DiCindio is a skilled negotiator and litigator. He is frequently able to find mistakes that the police have made in their investigations and can use this information to try to seek to have some of the evidence suppressed or to get the charges against his clients dismissed. Many cases are resolved through favorable plea agreements for lesser charges or alternative sentences. However, Mr. DiCindio is prepared to fight for his clients through trials when it is in their best interests.
DiCindio Law represents people who are charged with many different crimes, including the following: