If You Have Been Accused Of A Crime

If you face investigation or arrest for a criminal offense, you need an experienced criminal lawyer immediately. Our team of criminal defense lawyers has been representing people charged with crimes for over 40 years, covering a wide range of criminal charges. Our attorneys work with forensic specialists, lab technicians, firearms experts, forensic computer consultants, and other investigative professionals in challenging and undermining the evidence presented against our clients. We understand the limits police and prosecutors face which often results in the mishandling of evidence, the improper handling of a crime scene, ignoring conflicting eyewitness testimony, and the failure to pursue alternative suspects and leads. We expose weaknesses in the prosecution's case and put them on the defensive.

To schedule a free, confidential consultation, contact criminal defense attorneys at the Greensburg law office of Quatrini Rafferty today.

Defending the Rights of the Accused in Felony and Misdemeanor Cases

The law office of Quatrini Rafferty defends and counsels clients charged with committing the following kinds of crimes:

  • DUI/DWI defense
  • Homicide, murder, manslaughter
  • Assault
  • Theft, robbery, burglary
  • Weapons offenses
  • Sexual assaults
  • White-collar crime
  • Domestic violence

Protecting Our Clients' Rights

You should have legal representation from your first contact with the police through the end of your case, including interviews, magistrate hearings, trials and appeals. The police and investigators will not tell you everything they know. Their purpose in talking to you is to see if you say anything that contradicts what they already know or see if you make incriminating statements. They may try and use interrogation techniques intended to confuse you or, if held in custody, deprive you of sleep, water, or personal security in a holding cell.

As your attorneys, we intervene to ensure our clients aren't intimidated or misled into making incriminating statements just to satisfy the prosecution's pet theory about how a crime happened and who committed it. Our criminal defense attorneys will help you understand your defenses and obtain a fair result.

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