Bucks County Criminal Defense Law Firm
It is our sincere hope that you never have to deal with criminal charges in Bucks County. The impact on one’s personal and professional life and that of their family’s is always difficult. If, however, you are facing an unfortunate situation with law enforcement in Bucks County, please call us to get the dedicated defense you need to minimize any adverse consequences and to have a fighter on your side.
There are many defenses possible to any Bucks County criminal charge that are developed during the Bucks County criminal process. They include the obvious (“it wasn’t me”) to the more legally nuanced (“it was an illegal search”). Each defense must be evaluated with respect to the facts of the case, the strength of the Commonwealth’s case, and the veracity of the involved individuals. An experienced criminal lawyer in Bucks County will help you navigate these defenses.
What you need is an experienced team of Bucks County criminal lawyers. Lawyers familiar with Bucks County who know how to win at trial, prevail at motions to suppress, evaluate all discovery, and develop a strategy that appropriately suits your case. Lawyers who know and are familiar with the Bucks County police, the Bucks County judges, and the Bucks County prosecutors.
Criminal Defense Lawyers With Experience in Bucks County
Attorney Michael Parlow is a former Bucks County prosecutor who has carved a successful Bucks County criminal defense practice after years of experience. A SuperLawyer, Michael Parlow is well-known for aggressive advocacy.
Bucks County criminal lawyer Paul Lang is a former federal law enforcement officer and career criminal defense lawyer. Mr. Lang is a member of the Bucks County American Inn of Courts and is rated “Excellent” by Avvo.com. He was also nominated as a “Shining Star” as from the Bucks County Criminal Law Division in 2015. Prior to turning 40, he was selected as one of the Top 10 Criminal Defense Lawyers Under 40 in Pennsylvania by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys, Inc. Mr. Lang was elected as the citizen member of the Bucks County Prison Oversight Committee in 2016. He is currently the co-chair of the Bucks County Criminal Law Division of the Bucks County Bar Association