Criminal Defense

Dedicated Criminal Defense For Both Now And Your Future

Criminal charges do not just risk your freedom; they can affect several areas of your life for years to come. Jail time or fines might be obvious penalties, but they are not the only issues at stake.

A conviction could also add difficulties in the future when you try to apply for loans, apartments or jobs. The potential long-term consequences of your case, such as losing a professional license or access to your children, could be more severe than a short-term sentence.

Due to the potential punishment and social stigma, criminal charges call for strong representation. At Delaney & Fritz, P.C., our criminal defense lawyers work to reduce or prevent the problems you might face. Trust our firm to aggressively protect your rights and help you minimize both short-term and long-term consequences. From our office in Indiana County, we serve clients throughout western Pennsylvania.

Do Not Proceed Until You Have Legal Advice

Delaney & Fritz, P.C. has the knowledge and skill to defend you in a variety of criminal cases, including:

  • DUI
  • Traffic tickets
  • Drug offenses
  • Assault and domestic violence
  • Sex offenses
  • Theft and robbery

Regardless of whether the allegations are true, it is critical to talk to an attorney before deciding how to plead. Your opportunity to defend yourself can let you protect your civil rights. For example, if law enforcement illegally collected evidence against you, your lawyer can work to have that evidence suppressed.

Our attorneys will review every detail of your case. We will look for holes in the prosecutor’s argument, including any violation of your rights during the investigation or arrest. We will help you make informed decisions about your future.

Call For A Free Initial Consultation

When you face criminal charges, you have the right to presumed innocent and to avoid self-incrimination. Before you say or do anything, speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney. We offer a free initial consultation to explain your rights and answer your questions.

Call 724-349-2255 or email our team from anywhere in Pennsylvania to speak to a lawyer today.