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993789-001Facing criminal charges on your own or hiring a lawyer without extensive criminal law experience and a proven track record can be a mistake that can deprive you of your freedom and potentially have lifelong repercussions. Choosing the right criminal law attorney may be the most important decision you’ll ever make if you are currently under investigation or you have been charged with a crime.

In Southeastern Pennsylvania, Malley Law is the top choice for individuals facing criminal charges. In addition to jail or prison time, a criminal conviction may prevent you from finding suitable employment, obtaining housing, qualifying for financial aid to attend college, holding public office, voting, or owning a gun. Malley Law has the experience to protect your rights and help you seek a favorable outcome for your case.

While facing criminal charges can be daunting, you don’t have to go it alone. The team at Malley Law is with you every step of the way. Our experienced, dedicated legal team is there to protect your rights and to make sure your interests are well represented. In Southeastern Pennsylvania, no one will fight harder for you than Malley Law.

Criminal Offenses

Violent crime or crimes against another person is a category of criminal law with the most severe, life-changing consequences. Don’t leave your criminal defense to chance. Let Malley Law’s experienced team step up and protect your rights in court.

If you are under investigation or you are charged with a violent crime in southeastern Pennsylvania, the time to act is now. Contact Malley Law today.

Types of violent crime defense include:

  • Murder, homicide, manslaughter
  • Attempted murder
  • Aggravated assault, simple assault
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Weapons possession and firearms charges
  • Hit and run, vehicular assault
  • Other violent driving offenses
  • Parole/Probation Violations
  • Protection From Abuse Order Defense, Domestic Violence related crimes
  • Burglary/Robbery


DUI (Driving Under the Influence) is a criminal prosecution for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, which can result in jail, probation, fines, and possibly an administrative proceeding to suspend your driver’s license. DUI cases are one of the most common criminal allegations, and whether it is your first DUI case or a repeat DUI offense, you want an experienced legal team on your side.

For DUI cases, Malley Law will thoroughly investigate every aspect of your arrest, including the arresting officer’s reasonable suspicion or probable cause for the traffic stop, to see if any evidence of the alleged offense can be suppressed.

Put your DUI case in the hands of one of the most experienced, dedicated legal teams in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  Contact Malley Law today.

Malley Law poised and ready to act fast to protect your driver’s license.

  • A DUI arrest can cost you thousands of dollars in fees and fines, so it’s a good idea to have an experienced DUI lawyer on your side.
  • A DUI conviction can result in jail time, probation, and the suspension of your driver’s license, which can impact your employment.
  • A DUI lawyer must have the legal know how necessary to help minimize the damage your DUI charge could cause.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence crimes are serious charges that deserve serious attention. If your significant other calls the police to report an incident of domestic violence, the authorities will almost surely question you and potentially take you into custody. The team at Malley Law knows just what to do in domestic violence situations to safeguard your rights and bring things to a resolution.

If you are served with a Protection From Abuse Order and are facing companion criminal charges in Southeastern Pennsylvania, you have no time to waste. Contact Malley Law today.

Types of domestic violence include:

  • Spousal abuse
  • Assault of a domestic partner
  • Family abuse
  • Child abuse or striking a child
  • Violation of a Protection From Abuse Order or PFA Order
  • Defense at PFA Order Hearings
  • Terroristic threats

Sexual Offenses

Sexual offenses are criminal law charges that carry a stigma that goes well beyond that associated with many other crimes. With the recent changes to Megan’s Law and the instant access the internet provides, people accused of sexual crimes have been made out to be modern day witches. It takes no more than an accusation to destroy your reputation and permanently change your way of life.

If you or someone you know has been charged with a sexual offense in southeastern Pennsylvania, Contact Malley Law today.

Types of sexual offences include:

  • Child Pornography
  • Criminal Use of Communication Facility
  • Corruption of Minors; Megan’s Law
  • Polygraph/Sex Offender Group issues
  • Violations of Probation

Drug Offenses

If you or someone you love is facing drug criminal law charges you have every reason to be worried.

Malley Law also understands the importance of fast action to protect your reputation and minimize the impact drug related charges will have on your life.

Put your drug-related criminal case in the hands of one of the most experienced, dedicated teams in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  Contact Malley Law today.

Types of drug offenses include:

  • Methamphetamine or crystal meth
  • Cocaine and crack cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • Heroin, Ecstasy and club drugs
  • Unauthorized prescription drugs and painkillers

Crime Against Property

Crimes against property are criminal law charges that are being taken more seriously and prosecuted more severely than ever before.

Don’t leave your crimes against property charge in the hands of an inexperienced lawyer. In Southeastern Pennsylvania, Contact Malley Law today

Crimes against property include:

  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Receiving stolen property
  • Vandalism, criminal trespass
  • Theft
  • Shoplifting or retail fraud
  • Criminal Mischief

Traffic Offenses

Make no mistake: traffic offenses are a category of criminal law that can result in life-changing consequences for everyone involved. Traffic cases can result in points against your driver’s license or a suspension of your driver’s license. For many people in Southeastern Pennsylvania, the ability to drive is a necessary part of their day to day activities like going to work or school, picking up their children, and running errands.

Your traffic offense case deserves the most experienced, dedicated team in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Contact Malley Law today.  

Traffic offenses include:

  • Hit and run
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Reckless driving
  • Careless driving
  • Traffic Violations
  • Traffic Offenses

Juvenile Criminal Law

In Southeastern Pennsylvania, Juvenile Court Charges are not child’s play. Serious consequences can result from these charges that can impact a minor’s life for decades to come.

Don’t leave your loved one’s future in the hands of an inexperienced legal team. Contact Malley Law today.

Juvenile criminal law offenses include:

  • Weapons and Firearm
  • Assault
  • Arson
  • Drug and Alcohol Offenses

Warrants and Probation

Warrants and probation violations deserve your attention before they become a serious criminal law issue. By ignoring outstanding warrants or probation obligations, a minor problem can escalate rapidly into a serious one. If you have been arrested on a bench warrant, or if you’re aware of outstanding warrants but don’t know what to do about them, contact the experienced team at Malley Law. Malley Law will be able to explain your options and work toward reasonable bond terms, coordinate with your Probation/Parole Officer for a favorable resolution, or advocate through the Court on your behalf. Most of all, Malley Law can help you take the initiative in dealing with the charges underlying the warrants. Confusion and fear of the unknown are perfectly reasonable excuses for not dealing with outstanding warrants when you know you have failed to attend a court hearing, and as time goes on, it is easy to assume that nothing further will happen. As a practical matter, however, you are always better off when you contact the court before an arresting officer contacts you. You’re much likelier to get acceptable bond terms, because you won’t be marked as a high risk to miss the next court date. You will be considered for release on your own recognizance. And it will be easier to deal with the criminal charges that resulted in the issuance of the warrant in the first place.

The sooner you deal with unresolved warrants the better off you will be, and no matter how much time has passed, you’ll fare better if you make the first move instead of having the warrants turn up during a traffic stop.

The same considerations apply to persons who are on probation or other conditional release who have failed to report to a probation officer. If you are arrested for a probation violation, you have no right to a jury trial to determine whether or not you’re subject to revocation and return to prison. The judge simply needs to find it more likely than not that you have violated your probation. Don’t face these issues alone.

With the right team by your side, it’s easy to take care of your warrants and probation issues once and for all. Contact Malley Law today.

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