Nobody ever expects to need the services of a criminal defense attorney until the moment they find themselves under arrest. From that moment, though, you not only have a constitutionally guaranteed right to an attorney, you need an attorney. Make sure you hire the right one: a defense attorney from the Delaware County full-service law firm of Raffaele Puppio.
Whether the charge is DUI, simple or aggravated assault, theft, fraud, receiving stolen property, probation violation, or alleged drug-related offenses, the criminal defense attorneys of Raffaele Puppio can ensure that your rights are protected and that you are treated fairly by the justice system.
Of course, not all charges lead to arrest. We have defended clients against citations for traffic violations and numerous other minor infractions of the law. In cases where there already has been a conviction, our defense attorneys may be able to help you have your record expunged of crimes for which you were later exonerated or found not guilty on retrial.
If you’ve been charged with or convicted of a crime in Delaware County, contact Raffaele Puppio to find out what options may be available to you.
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