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Miele & Rymsza, P.C.

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Easton, PA

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570-846-0520

Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys

At Miele & Rymsza, we understand the stress and uncertainty that criminal charges cause. We remain passionate about defending the rights of each of our clients. From our location in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, our team works closely with your situation, outlines your options and crafts an appropriate legal strategy. To ease your concerns, our lawyers remain accessible …

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Law Offices of Kelly & Conte

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Easton, PA

Free Consultation

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484-364-3132

Protecting Your Constitutional Rights with Qualified Representation

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Law Offices of Heather J. Mattes

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Easton, PA

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West Chester Criminal Law Firm

The Law Offices of Heather J. Mattes limits its practice to criminal defense in the state and federal court systems. A former public defender and prosecutor as well as a private criminal defense attorney, Heather Mattes has conducted investigations, tried cases and negotiated dispositions from both sides during thirty years of practice. She has the capacity to maintain …

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James R. Freeman, Esq.

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Easton, PA

Former District Attorney. Has handled over 30,000 cases (in front of a judge). He gives each of his clients personalized attention.

I am a sole practitioner with 47 years of experience. I was a prosecutor for 14 years, the last four as District Attorney of Chester County. Numerous members of my former staff held or yet hold positions of responsibility and authority in Chester County. My primary practice is in Chester and Montgomery Counties. When people enlist my services I am the one who performs them …

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