Being arrested for any criminal offense, no matter how minor, can have a wide ranging impact on your present and future. Many of us are tempted to think that we can handle our problems ourselves. You may think that the law enforcement officials involved in your arrest will understand that you are a good person, that you have made a mistake that is out of character for you and will therefore not charge you with a criminal offense. While the police officer may be sympathetic, he or she will not simply drop the charges. It is his or her job to enforce the law. Therefore, you must be ready to present your case in the most effective way.
I have represented individuals charged with criminal offenses in Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties for over twenty years, for everything from DUI, to traffic tickets, to homicide by vehicle and much more. I have learned that each jurisdiction, in fact each police department, operates by its own set of rules. When you appear before the Court, it is important that you have someone to represent you who is familiar with those rules and can present your case at its most persuasive.
Please contact me at either 215-884-4015 or 267-880-0175 in order to discuss your case and schedule your free initial consultation.
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Alfred J. Merlie, attorney at law, has represented clients charged with driving under the influence/driving after imbibing (DUI/DAI) and other criminal offenses for over twenty years in Montgomery County, Bucks County and Philadelphia County including the towns of Abington, Willow Grove, Jenkintown, Cheltenham, Elkins Park, Glenside, Hatboro, Horsham, Huntingdon Valley, Montgomeryville, Lansdale, Doylestown, Warrington, Warminster, Chalfont, New Britain, Fort Washington, Ambler, Feasterville, Southampton, Buckingham and New Hope.