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West Chester Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a criminal offense in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas, including Chester County, Lancaster County, Montgomery County, and Delaware County, it is imperative to hire an attorney who has experience defending those accused of many types of criminal offenses who will help you achieve the best possible outcome in your particular situation.

Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Lawyers

Michael J. Skinner of the Skinner Law Firm has dedicated his career to representing criminal cases. As a former Assistant District Attorney for Chester County, the Pennsylvania native has handled hundreds of criminal cases in a variety of criminal charges. His insightful knowledge into all aspects of the criminal system and his unique understanding of the tactics and methods used by the prosecution will be highly beneficial in defending your criminal charge.

Although consulting a criminal defense attorney about the particular facts of your case is important to defend your criminal charge, this website will provide you with general information about the law and the offense you were charged with, and other helpful post-arrest information.

Michael J. Skinner can counsel you on the elements of your offense, potential punishments, possible defenses, and any other factors that may reduce your charges, or have them dropped altogether. He can also aid you with legal options you may want to pursue after you have been convicted or arrested.

Michael J. Skinner of the Skinner Law Firm is experienced and knowledgeable in the following areas of criminal law:

Contact the Skinner Law Firm at (610) 436-1410 today for a consultation about your criminal charge. Attorney Michael J. Skinner represents clients accused of misdemeanor and felony offenses throughout Chester County, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas of Lancaster County, Montgomery County, and Delaware County.

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