Pittsburgh Criminal Defense
If you have been accused of a crime, the early intervention of a Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney can make the biggest and most important difference in your case. To help you with this early intervention, Joyce & Bittner are available 24 hours a day to take action on your case.
Even better, we off our first consultation for free. We will help you understand what your charges are, the process you’re about to undertake, and how a Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney can help you.
Call 412-281-9919 or 1-800-299-5530 to reach Joyce & Bittner 24/7.
Joyce & Bittner can provide you legal defense in both federal and state courts — the sooner you call, the sooner they can intervene and strengthen your defense.
About Our Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Lawyers
Our Pittsburgh criminal defense lawyers have more than 50 years of combined experience in the practice of law. Before entering private practice, Anthony M. Bittner worked in the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office for nearly a decade and Richard J. Joyce served for roughly the same amount of time at the Pittsburgh City Solicitor’s Office.
Joyce & Bittner have the experience and knowledge needed to represent you during all phases of the criminal justice process.
Wide Range of Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Cases
Joyce & Bittner are committed to providing a high level Pittsburgh criminal defense, and will fight for your best interests at every step. We will help you to prepare your defense to the charges, conducting a detailed investigation of all the relevant facts and doing everything we can to minimize further damage. We handle criminal charges in both federal and state courts, including:
- Sex offenses and solicitation charges
- White collar criminal defense – including mortgage fraud offenses
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI/DWI) charges
- Mail, Wire, and other fraud charges
- Internet violations and computer crimes
- Juvenile cases
Don’t Make the Most Common Mistake
The police will attempt to get you to cooperate and make incriminating statements. Don’t do it. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. By talking you may incriminate yourself directly. Or, you may make a statement which you don’t believe is incriminating, but which lends itself to negative interpretations.
The sooner you bring your own representation into the equation, the sooner you can start minimizing the damage. Our lawyers may be able to stop the investigation without charges being filed.