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Criminal Defense

For more than 35 years, The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn has represented clients in both state and federal courts who face felony and misdemeanor charges. If you have been arrested, you need an aggressive lawyer who understands the criminal justice system and how to prepare your case for trial. We have successfully defended our clients and won cases by suppressing illegal evidence and getting statements thrown out. We have won hundreds of jury and nonjury trials.

Due to our thorough investigation and endless preparation, we are often able to negotiate a favorable resolution of criminal charges. If not, we will vigorously defend you at trial.

Defending Our Clients – Preserving Their Rights

We firmly believe that everyone charged with a crime has the right to fair treatment and solid legal representation. When you face criminal charges, it is the responsibility of the state or federal government to prove their case. If the prosecution has a strong case against you, we will explore mitigating circumstances that may have led to the charges.

As we prepare and build your case, whether it goes to trial or not, our attorneys will guide you, offering their insight and skill to address your particular legal problem.

Professional Licensure Issues

If a criminal charge has put your professional license in jeopardy, you can rely on us to defend you. Our primary practice is defending professionals in licensure matters. We will work with you to help you maintain the status you have worked so hard to achieve.

Positioning For Positive Outcomes

Our approach to defending clients in our criminal defense practice is simple: First, we make sure that the state proves its case – if the state has a case against a client, it had better prove it. We have helped our clients succeed in cases where a lack of factual evidence weakened the prosecution’s argument.

Second, we put our clients in the best position possible to obtain the best possible outcome. This means we will look at any mitigating circumstances that may have had an influence on the situation and use them to our client’s advantage.

Prompt Action Is Important

If you have been charged with a crime in Pennsylvania – whether it threatens your professional standing or not – make sure you have lawyers on your side ready to defend you and preserve your rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Call 866-657-7318 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.

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