Abington Criminal Defense Lawyers
Anyone can be accused of committing a crime. You may find that your life has changed in an instant as you face arrest, court hearings and possible damage to your reputation in the community. All criminal accusations must be taken extremely seriously. Once you have been accused of a crime, you need an experienced and persuasive Abington criminal defense lawyer on your side throughout the entire criminal process.
At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., we have provided exceptional legal representation to clients accused of crimes throughout Montgomery County and Abington, Pennsylvania for over 65 years. We are committed to putting all of our resources to work in investigating your case to develop the strongest possible criminal defense strategy. We also believe in offering our clients more than just high-quality legal advice—we understand how difficult it is to be accused of a crime, and are dedicated to providing compassionate support to our clients throughout this challenging time in our clients’ lives.
Seasoned Criminal Defense Lawyers Represent Clients Accused of Crimes in Abington, PA
At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., we represent clients who have been accused of all types of crimes in Abington, PA. Regardless of the potential severity of the criminal charges that have been brought against you, an experienced criminal defense lawyer is a necessary component to ensuring that your defense strategy is both aggressive and effective. No criminal charge is too large or small for our skilled team of criminal defense lawyers, and we represent clients who have been accused of:
- Drug crimes,
- Sex crimes,
- Drunk driving,
- Driving under the influence of drugs,
- Assault and simple assault,
- Theft offenses, including burglary, robbery, shoplifting and credit card fraud,
- Fraud and embezzlement,
- Identity theft,
- Internet theft,
- White collar crimes,
- Federal crimes,
- Parole and probation violations,
- Juvenile crimes.
Our team of criminal defense lawyers can also help you obtain an expungement to clear your criminal record if you have already been convicted of certain criminal offenses in the past.
Accused of a Crime in Abington? You Need a Reputable Criminal Defense Lawyer in Your Corner
If you or a loved one have been arrested or accused of any type of crime in Abington, the importance of retaining the most experienced possible criminal defense lawyer cannot be overstated. At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., our team of criminal defense lawyers includes four former prosecutors including a former chief deputy district attorney and a current JAGC attorney, as well as the only attorney in Montgomery and Bucks Counties to be certified as a Criminal Trial Attorney by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. We have been recognized by Super Lawyers, Pennsylvania Rising Stars, Best Lawyers, U.S. News & World Report and are an AV-rated law firm.
Importantly, our team of criminal defense lawyers understand that no two cases are the same, and puts our diverse set of skills to work in making sure you have the strongest defense possible in your case. We know how the prosecution works in a criminal case, and are ready to put all of our resources and experience to work in securing reduced charges or dismissal if at all possible in your case.
Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Skilled Criminal Defense Lawyers Today
It is important to obtain the legal advice of an experienced and reputable criminal defense attorney as soon as possible in your case, so do not delay in contacting a lawyer after you have been arrested or learned that you are being investigated for committing a crime. Call our skilled team of criminal defense lawyers to schedule a free consultation to discuss your criminal charges or send us a confidential email. For your convenience, we have two offices that are located at 2605 N. Broad Street, Colmar, PA 18915 and 12 Penns Trail, Suite 145, Newtown, PA 18940.
About Abington, PA
Abington is the second most highly populated township in Montgomery County, and is located just north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Abington is also the second most densely populated area of Montgomery County, and, incorporated in 1704, is one of the oldest communities in the area. The Abington area is unofficially divided into 15 communities, and although these designations are unofficial, they are important because the postal service uses those community designations to deliver mail, rather than the “Abington” address. Abington has a population of approximately 55,310 as of the last census in 2010, and approximately 56 percent of the households in the area consist of married couples.
Abington has a rich history, and a small battle even took place in the area during the Revolutionary War. Both Abington Senior High School and Fox Chase Farm are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Frequently Asked Questions About Criminal Defense
Both arrests and convictions can appear on your permanent criminal record, which can be accessed by potential employers and landlords, among others. If conviction was for a summary arrest, and five years have passed without subsequent arrest or conviction, a criminal defense lawyer can petition to have your record expunged if all conditions to your conviction and punishment have been satisfied. However, certain sex crimes, such as rape and sexual assault, and other violent crimes may not be expunged if the victim was underage when the crime occurred.
Pennsylvania law provides different standards for juveniles who were convicted of crimes and wish to have their records expunged. Expungement may be possible if (1) six months have passed since you completed your punishment, and you have not been arrested again, (2) six months have passed since you completed a diversionary program and no other conviction or adjudications are pending, (3) you have reached age 18, and six months have passed since you satisfied the terms and conditions of a summary conviction, you have not been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, or adjudicated delinquent, and you have no further pending charges for any felony, misdemeanor or delinquency. The District Attorney also must generally agree to the expungement.