Upper Dublin Criminal Defense Lawyers
Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyers Fight to Protect Clients in Upper Dublin, PA
Accusations of committing a criminal offense have the potential to change your life entirely—resulting in possible jail time, extensive monetary fines, probation requirements and damage to your reputation and personal relationships. If you have been charged with, or investigated for, a crime, it is important to remember that these extreme results are not the only possible outcomes. An experienced and skilled criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference in minimizing the damage that can be caused by criminal accusations and conviction so that you can get your life back on track.
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At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., we have been serving clients’ needs throughout Upper Dublin, PA for over 65 years, and are committed to formulating the most aggressive possible criminal defense strategy for each and every one of our clients who have been accused of committing a crime. We explore every possible option for our clients who are facing criminal charges, and are dedicated to explaining how every possibility can impact a client’s life both now and in the future. Unlike less experienced criminal defense lawyers, we do not believe in settling for a plea bargain until we have left no stone unturned in locating a more advantageous solution if at all possible in your case.
Attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C. Handle All Types of Criminal Cases
At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., our criminal defense attorneys have over 65 years of experience handling all types of criminal cases in Upper Dublin and throughout Pennsylvania. We have successfully defended clients who have been accused of:
- Violent crimes, including sex crimes and murder,
- Drug crimes,
- Theft crimes, including shoplifting, robbery and burglary,
- White collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement,
- Federal crimes,
- Juvenile crimes.
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Regardless of the criminal offense that is alleged, our lawyers will fight aggressively to minimize the damage that the charges can cause, which can include:
- Jail time,
- Monetary fines,
- Community service,
- Mandatory counseling,
- Damage to your reputation and personal relationships.
A Skilled Upper Dublin Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help Through All Phases of the Criminal Process
At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., our criminal defense lawyers will advocate on your behalf throughout every phase of the criminal process, from arrest through a trial if a trial becomes necessary. Our lawyers have worked on both sides of the table, having four former prosecutors on staff. Because of this, we understand the tactics that the prosecution will use in your case, and can put our negotiation skills to work in obtaining reduced charges, or even dismissal if possible in your case.
Contact Our Offices to Schedule a Free Consultation to Discuss Your Case with an Upper Dublin Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
Even if you are facing your first criminal charges and believe the accusations to be minor or unfounded, it is important to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to advocate on your behalf. At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., our criminal defense lawyers have been recognized for providing exceptional legal representation state-wide, and are ready to go to work in your case.
Call our skilled team of criminal defense lawyers to schedule a free consultation to discuss your criminal charges in Upper Dublin 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. We offer free and convenient parking for our clients.
About Upper Dublin, PA
Upper Dublin is a township located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. As of 2010, Upper Dublin’s population was approximately 25,569, and has grown tremendously since the 1950s, when the area was mostly farmland. Upper Dublin was originally established in 1701 and, prior to passage of the Act of Consolidation in 1854, was located adjacent to Lower Dublin, which was incorporated into Philadelphia after the act was passed.
Upper Dublin has an important historical context, as it was where George Washington and the Continental Army were camped after they were defeated in the Battle of Germantown in 1777, and up until the army’s march to Valley Forge. The Battle of White Marsh was eventually fought in Upper Dublin between the Americans and the British in early December 1777.
Currently, Upper Dublin has an area of about 13.2 square miles, and is located in the Delaware watershed. The area is home to about 9,397 households, and had a median income of about $106,337 per household and $123,030 per family as of 2007.
Frequently Asked Questions About Criminal Defense
If you were not arrested on-site, you will be presented with a warrant for your arrest that will include the date and time by which you must turn yourself in for arrest. Within 24 hours, you will be arraigned by a judge who will determine whether bail is appropriate in your case. After this, an initial preliminary court date will be set, and you will receive a subpoena that will require you to appear at this hearing. Specific charges will be presented at the arraignment, where it will be determined whether the prosecution has sufficient evidence to proceed with trial. At the preliminary hearing, the prosecution must call witnesses and/or present sufficient evidence to establish that it is more likely than not that you committed the crime in question.
Generally, you should not answer any questions asked by the police without an experienced criminal defense attorney present. You also do not have to allow the police to search your property until you can establish that they have a validly issued search warrant to search the property in question. You have the right to view the warrant, and should not allow a search unless you have seen the warrant first.