Charges for assault and other violent crimes carry harsh consequences. An emotional conflict or altercation can result in decades of imprisonment, a permanently damaged record and financial ruin. If weapons were involved, the penalties can be even more severe. You need vigorous legal representation to protect your rights. Emkey Law Firm in Reading, Pennsylvania, offers extensive criminal defense experience from a dedicated staff.
In cases of violent crime, every detail counts. We will take the time to gather all the facts from you and thoroughly examine the elements of your case.
Speak to Reading criminal defense lawyer Daniel Emkey today for a free consultation.
Pennsylvania's Megan's Law requires the State Police to create and maintain a registry of people who have either been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty to certain sex offenses in Pennsylvania or another jurisdiction. As part of the law, the State Police also make certain information on registered sex offenders available to the public through a Web site.
Failure to follow the registry's rules can lead to further, more serious charges for sex offenders. For instance, police have cracked down on offenders' failures to notify police when they move. Offenders face felony charges in those instances.
Pleading guilty to a sex crime does not guarantee you will have to register. We will explain Megan's law and address your questions or concerns. Defense against violent crimes demands vigorous representation. Reach out to us today to discuss your case!
Call (610) 200-6103 to talk to a Reading assault defense attorney.