Bucks County Criminal Defense Attorney
Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Attorney Richard R. Fink
Bucks County criminal defense attorney Richard R. Fink is both highly experienced and dedicated to seeking the best possible outcome for clients who face the complete range of possible criminal charges, from felonies, homicides and drug charges to summary offenses. His combination of experience with the criminal justice system and his dedication and expertise allows him to pursue creative approaches that have resulted in dismissals, acquittals, reduced charges and alternative penalties in all types of criminal cases. He has tried every type of criminal case, from mass murder trials to trials for summary offenses and traffic tickets.
Richard R. Fink Esq. has been practicing law for decades. His legal practice is characterized by his commitment to helping each client in the way only someone with his experience can.
Richard Fink is one of Bucks County's busiest criminal defense lawyers. On most days, Fink can be found behind the defense table in a courtroom, or huddled with a client in a hallway, or speaking on his cell phone as he rushes from floor to floor to keep an appointment with a prosecutor or judge.
Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends all types of criminal cases in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at (215) 741-1212.
Serving Langhorne, Doylestown, Bensalem, Bucks County and Surrounding
He has been selected for inclusion in the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list for over 10 consecutive years as published in Super Lawyers and Philadelphia Magazine; only 5 percent of lawyers in the state are selected for this honor each year. Super Lawyers does not permit a lawyer to buy a position on the list, and selects attorneys using a rigorous, multiphase process of peer nominations and evaluations based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement combined with third-party research.
A former Chairman of the Bucks County Bar Association Criminal Law Section, and a former Eastern Vice President of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, he currently serves as a Director of the statewide Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and has an active trial practice, concentrating in criminal law. Before entering private practice, Mr. Fink served as Chief Public Defender of Bucks County, where he practiced for seven years. He received his J.D. from Temple Law School, where he was an Editor of the Temple Law Review. He is member of the Pennsylvania and United States Supreme Courts, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He has been a frequent lecturer and has spoken before the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and the Bucks County Bar Association.
Highly Regarded Bucks County Criminal Lawyer Richard Fink Wants To Represent You
The firm focuses on criminal law, providing individuals with decades of knowledgeable defense work in many counties, states and in Federal court, in addition to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where two offices are maintained: one in Doylestown, across from the main entrance to the county courthouse and one in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Mr. Fink uses his extensive experience with the criminal justice system, the prosecutors, police and judges to obtain the right result for his clients.
Each of the counties in Pennsylvania including Bucks County have county specific local practices which present pitfalls for attorneys not experienced in them. Dealing constantly with the prosecutors, police and judges in the county is a distinct advantage when defending a criminal prosecution in that county. Knowing the characteristics of each of the judges and prosecutors is an invaluable asset. Mr. Fink has practiced with offices in Bucks County for decades and has extensive familiarity with the local customs and practices, many of which he personally shaped. He has tried cases of all types during his practice, ranging from traffic tickets (summary offenses), to mass murder cases. Each case has distinctive assets and liabilities. Call today for a free consultation and information regarding yours.
For more information about Attorney Richard R. Fink or to schedule an appointment with our Bucks County criminal lawyer, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212.
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