Scranton Criminal Defense Attorney
Serving Clients for Over Twenty Years
Everyday throughout Pennsylvania, people are arrested and charged with crimes. At Rogan Law, we make it our duty to help people who find themselves in this position. Patrick M. Rogan has nearly twenty years of experience working as a criminal defense lawyer, and has represented many people facing both felony and misdemeanor charges. He holds a reputation for being a reliable and diligent legal representative who has very high ethical standards. With an experienced criminal defense attorney from our firm protecting your rights, you can rest assured knowing your case is being effectively and professionally handled at all times.
The magnitude of a crime may range significantly, and some offenses are very serious while others may only result in minor penalties. If you or someone you care about has been charged with a crime in Scranton or Wilkes-Barre, regardless of the severity of the charges, you should immediately speak with criminal defense attorney Patrick M. Rogan. Even a seemingly minor offense can result in long-term consequences than may cause many rifts in your life, so it is absolutely necessary to take action to protect your future by consulting with an attorney.
Jail time, fines, loss of license or other penalties that you could be forced to endure if you are convicted of a crime can have a serious and detrimental effect on you, your life and your family's life. It is in your best interests to speak with an experienced lawyer who knows how to handle criminal cases in Pennsylvania. Your attorney should always strive to give you the best possible outcome in your case, no matter what type of charges that you face. As previously mentioned, even small offenses can have long-ranging negative results on your life. For example, certain convictions could result in an inability to have certain types of jobs or could restrict you in other basic ways.
Why do you need a criminal attorney?
When facing criminal charges, many people wonder why they should involve a private criminal defense lawyer and at what point this should take place in the criminal process. The truth of the matter is that it is never too early to involve an attorney. You may have simply been accused of a crime at this point, or perhaps formal charges have not yet been filed. It is important to recognize in these situations that law enforcement is actively working to secure the evidence against you which will enable them to file formal charges, and having an attorney at your side as early as possible can actually improve your chances of avoiding formal criminal charges altogether.
Even if you simply believe that charges may be filed against you in the near future, it is still a good idea to speak immediately with a lawyer who could be able to answer some of your questions and prepare for possibly defending you, depending upon what happens with your impending charges. It is never a bad idea to be fully prepared for any circumstances that you might encounter.
Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense
Our firm may be able to provide you with legal assistance for almost any type of criminal charge throughout Northeast Pennsylvania. We represent adult and juvenile offenders in cases related to drunk driving, all types of drug offenses, white collar crimes such as internet crimes and RICO violations,
sex offenses, violent crimes such as robbery,
kidnapping, assault and
hit and run and even
federal crimes. You may have been taken into custody for suspected
shoplifting or may be facing insurance
fraud charges related to
arson. You may even be dealing with an investigation involving alleged
conspiracy or may be dealing with
weapon charges in conjunction with a drug trafficking case. You may be facing a hearing regarding an alleged probation violation. We are here to help with your case, no matter what it may entail.
Those are just a select few of the types of criminal cases we can handle. Whether you are facing felony or misdemeanor charges and regardless of whether this is your first criminal case or you already have a criminal record, we have the legal knowledge and experience to accurately assess your matter and determine how to best represent your interests. With our extensive resources to use at our clients' disposal, our firm is also able to thoroughly investigate the cases we handle to build more effective and personalized defense strategies that can challenge even the strongest prosecuting attorneys' cases. Ranging from simple DUI all the way to murder, the firm provides high-quality, personal legal representation tailor-made to fit your individual needs.
A cookie-cutter defense strategy cannot possibly begin to address the unique aspects of your case. It is important that you defense attorney is able to put together your defense in order to address the particulars of your case, not just any criminal case. Our firm is dedicated to offering you personalized defense to address your specific circumstances and help get you the best possible results.
If you or a loved one has been accused of a DUI, your first step should be to contact a member of our team. Also referred to as DWI and OUI, this is a very common offense. In every U.S. state, it is against the law to drive with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or above. If you are pulled over and found to be driving above this legal limit, you could be placed under arrest and brought into police custody. We understand that this can be a very frightening experience and it is difficult to know how best to handle it. However, you can rest assured knowing that your case is not hopeless, even if the evidence against you appears to be insurmountable. We have extensive experience in challenging DUI evidence and we could make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
Working With Rogan Law
If you have been accused of a crime, you need to speak with Patrick M. Rogan. Even if formal charges have not yet been filed and you are just under investigation, it is still of extreme importance that you retain legal representation. The investigation is a pivotal point in any case and during this phase, information and evidence may be obtained that can make or break your case, which is why you must have a lawyer looking out for your best interests. By being proactive you may help improve the chances of successfully resolving your charges in the future. If you have questions or concerns about your criminal charges, please contact an attorney as soon as possible to ensure that your constitutional rights are protected throughout the duration of your criminal case in Pennsylvania. You deserve to have the best possible representation no matter what charges you face.
We proudly serve clients throughout Stroudsburg, Milford, Honesdale, Montrose, Tunkhannock, Jim Thorpe, Poconos or Wilkes-Barre.