NPR reported today that, despite our ongoing economic recession, crime rates continue to fall nationwide. This marks the third consecutive year of reported decreases in property crimes and violent offenses.
Despite this great news, the unfortunate fact remains that plenty of individuals in our area still find themselves charged with Scranton property crimes or Scranton violent crimes that require a strong, aggressive criminal defense attorney.
If you have questions about your Scranton criminal charges, then please contact a Scranton criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to ensure that your constitutional rights are protected throughout the duration of your criminal case. A Scranton criminal defense lawyer at Rogan Law can help you with your Scranton criminal charges today. Your initial consultation is free; it will provide you with a valuable opportunity to learn more about your legal options.