Strong Representation When You Need It Most
Confronting a criminal charge is never easy. If it is your first offense, the process is particularly frightening. It’s important to have a strong legal advocate by your side when you are in the Pennsylvania criminal justice system. Ebner, Nevins & McAllister, LLC has been that advocate for many people in Reading and greater Pennsylvania.
When you need to protect your rights, we are the criminal defense firm to help you. Throughout our many years of experience, we have successfully defended thousands of clients throughout Berks County against criminal charges ranging from misdemeanors to felonies, including homicide. Our attorneys can help defend your rights when you have been charged with, among other offenses:
- Violent crimes
- Property offenses
- Firearm violations
- Drug charges like possession or trafficking
- DWI and DUI
- Traffic violations
- Sexual offenses
Strategic Defense Based On The Details of Your Case
Our attorneys have years of experience working with the Pennsylvania and Berks County court system. We understand how to strategically build a defense strategy that has the best chance of keeping you out of jail. We can anticipate the prosecutor’s arguments, steadily poking holes in their case. We can gather new evidence, interview witnesses and subpoena those witnesses to testify on your behalf. Our goal is simple — to obtain the best outcome in your particular case. Our attorneys do not take the same approach for each client. Instead, we will craft the best approach to get the outcome you want, based on the details of your specific situation.
Protect Your Future Today
A criminal conviction can remain on your record for the rest of your life, and it can negatively impact your life in ways that you may not expect. Criminal convictions can affect your career options, child custody arrangements and personal relationships. If your record is large enough, it can even affect where you live or if you can get higher education. Therefore, it is imperative that you work with a lawyer who can take the necessary steps to protect your future and your freedom.