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Bucks County - Diversion Programs for Drug Charges

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Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | First-Time Offender Program and Other Alternatives

Diversion programs in Pennsylvania are designed to help defendants avoid conviction while getting the help and support they need. After successfully completing a diversion program, you can have your case dismissed and your record cleared.

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our criminal defense attorney is experienced at helping clients who need treatment get the support they need through the diversion program. Attorney Richard Fink is dedicated to helping clients secure alternative sentencing to avoid jail time, fines and a criminal record. He will work quickly to rebut your drug charges and protect your rights.

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

Experienced, with a widely known reputation as a highly regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink helps clients understand the diversion programs for drug charges in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212 .

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Eligibility for a Diversion Program

There are a variety of diversion programs available to help defendants, including programs for:

  • First-time offenders — For first-time offenders, there are programs available that can result in the dismissal of your charges upon successful completion of non-reporting probation.
  • Drug addicts — When seeking this type of diversion program, a court-appointed doctor will assess your situation and advise the court on whether treatment would be a greater benefit than incarceration in your case. Attorney Richard Fink is committed to helping drug addicts seek treatment and will act as your advocate to get you the support you need.
  • Young offenders — There are alternatives available to young offenders, including juveniles and college students, who are charged with drug crimes. These programs can result in the dismissal of a felony charge when the program is successfully completed and help protect the young offender's record.

Practicing Drug Defense in Bucks County for Over 40 Years

There are also special, reduced penalties available to defendants who are charged with possession of a small amount of drugs, such as marijuana. Attorney Fink will work to help you understand the diversion programs available to you and help you seek alternative penalties wherever possible.

For more information about the drug diversion programs or to schedule an appointment at our Doylestown or Langhorne location, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212 .

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.

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Bucks County - Diversion Programs for Drug Charges

THE LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD R. FINK

Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | First-Time Offender Program and Other Alternatives

Diversion programs in Pennsylvania are designed to help defendants avoid conviction while getting the help and support they need. After successfully completing a diversion program, you can have your case dismissed and your record cleared.

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our criminal defense attorney is experienced at helping clients who need treatment get the support they need through the diversion program. Attorney Richard Fink is dedicated to helping clients secure alternative sentencing to avoid jail time, fines and a criminal record. He will work quickly to rebut your drug charges and protect your rights.

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

Experienced, with a widely known reputation as a highly regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink helps clients understand the diversion programs for drug charges in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212 .

drug defense attorney

Eligibility for a Diversion Program

There are a variety of diversion programs available to help defendants, including programs for:

  • First-time offenders — For first-time offenders, there are programs available that can result in the dismissal of your charges upon successful completion of non-reporting probation.
  • Drug addicts — When seeking this type of diversion program, a court-appointed doctor will assess your situation and advise the court on whether treatment would be a greater benefit than incarceration in your case. Attorney Richard Fink is committed to helping drug addicts seek treatment and will act as your advocate to get you the support you need.
  • Young offenders — There are alternatives available to young offenders, including juveniles and college students, who are charged with drug crimes. These programs can result in the dismissal of a felony charge when the program is successfully completed and help protect the young offender's record.

Practicing Drug Defense in Bucks County for Over 40 Years

There are also special, reduced penalties available to defendants who are charged with possession of a small amount of drugs, such as marijuana. Attorney Richard Fink will work to help you understand the diversion programs available to you and help you seek alternative penalties wherever possible.

For more information about the drug diversion programs or to schedule an appointment at our Doylestown or Langhorne location, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212 .

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.

request a free consultation

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