Bucks County Felony Defense Lawyer
Criminal Attorney Bucks County | Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania
A felony conviction can have life-changing consequences. You could be sentenced to lengthy prison terms of up to 20 years, be required to pay significant fines of up to $50,000.00, and make restitution. You could find yourself unable to have contact with your children, own a firearm or vote, lose the right to enlist in the armed services, to practice a particular profession, or to work in a government position. These consequences make it essential to have a knowledgeable and seasoned Bucks County criminal lawyer to defend against any felony charge.
At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, clients are defended against all levels of felony charges in various counties in Pennsylvania by a VERY experienced attorney. Using his decades of experience, his background as the Chief Public Defender in Bucks County, and his long-term firsthand knowledge about local criminal justice systems, he advocates for clients facing all types of felony charges, including:
Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding
- Sex crimes, including sexual assault, rape, indecent assault and all types of a sex offenses
- White collar crimes of all types, including theft, embezzlement, forgery, bad checks, fraud and bribery
- Drug charges
- Murder and other types of homicides, including manslaughter defense
- Robbery, burglary, theft, and retail theft/shoplifting
- Terroristic threats and reckless endangerment
- Weapons, possession of instruments of crime, and firearms offenses
- Stalking and harassment
- Conspiracy and solicitation
- Resisting arrest and kidnapping
- Arson, risking a catastrophe and criminal mischief
Many of these charges are subject to mandatory minimum sentences, including two- or three-strike offenses, drug trafficking penalties for large quantity, murder, offenses committed with firearms, aggravated assault, accidents involving personal injury and offenses committed against juveniles or the elderly.
Practicing Criminal Law in Bucks County for Over 40 Years
We undertake a full investigation of each case, ensuring that the client's rights are upheld and that all the facts are uncovered. We seek an outright dismissal, and if that is not possible, a reduction in the charges. If the case goes to trial, we fight for an acquittal. If our client is convicted, we advocate for alternative penalties, including house arrest, work release, probation and residence in a halfway house. If client is sentenced to jail or prison, we file motions so our client will be able to visit family and address the problems that led to the criminal charge while incarcerated.
For more information about felony defense or to schedule an appointment with our Bucks County criminal defense attorney, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink
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Bucks County Felony Defense Lawyer
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