Investigated? Arrested?

If the police or other authorities are investigating you for a crime, you will need an experienced attorney to prevent them from charging you. If you have already been charged with a crime or have been arrested, then you will have an arraignment where a judge will set your bail. Having an attorney at your bail hearing (arraignment) can make the difference between whether you sit in jail until your trial or spend that time in the comfort of your own home.

A preliminary hearing is the next step where the judge listens to the evidence supplied by the government to determine if there is sufficient evidence to schedule your case for trial. Following this is a pretrial conference—a court date where the judge, prosecutor, and your attorney discuss the case to see whether it can be resolved. Each of these steps requires a skilled attorney who can fight for your rights and interests.

Here at ThePhillyLawyers you will receive personal attention and we will not treat you like a criminal. We will listen carefully and we treat each case with the utmost care. ThePhillyLawyers has expert criminal defense attorneys who have the experience to mount a solid and successful defense, including looking at all the evidence obtained against you to see whether it was obtained legally.

When faced with criminal charges, finding the right lawyer may feel overwhelming, but those who have been arrested need to talk to an attorney as soon as possible. When people are accused of a crime, they face the terrible possibility of going to jail. The most urgent priority is getting a lawyer to help arrange release and build your defense.

If you or a family member has been charged with a crime, please consult us immediately before speaking with the police or anyone else about your case.

Do not trust your future to just any lawyer. Here at ThePhillyLawyers we have attorneys with the knowledge, experience, and skills to make the difference.

Call ThePhillyLawyers for a free and confidential consultation. You risk nothing to talk with us.