Scranton Drug-Related Robberies

Posted By Patrick M. Rogan || 29-Jun-2010

A man convicted of having committed two Scranton drug-related robberies has been sentenced to up to 23 years in prison for his crimes, according to the Times-Tribune. The man, who admitted the crimes, said that they were motivated by his crack cocaine addiction.

This case shows just how serious Scranton drug-related crime penalties can be.

When you or someone you love gets into serious trouble with the law because of a drug habit, you need to admit quickly that you need help and to seek out qualified people who can advise and counsel you. One step in the right direction is finding a Scranton criminal defense attorney who has enough experience with cases like yours to create a successful defense strategy on your behalf.

A Scranton criminal defense lawyer from Rogan Law will bring nearly 20 years experience and a record of success to your case. We will do everything we can to protect your rights and to ensure that your case is effectively and professionally handled at all times. Contact a Scranton criminal defense attorney at Rogan Law for a free consultation today.