You Can Trust Our Experience, Reputation And Results With Confidence

The penalties for criminal conviction are unimaginable — years in jail or prison, separation from loved ones, heavy fines that drain your finances, a criminal record as a felon, damage to your personal and professional reputation, and strict parole or probation conditions upon your release.

A negative outcome at trial could follow you for the rest of your life.

Don't surrender your rights — and the rest of your life to these harsh consequences. When you are arrested in Pennsylvania, the lawyer who aggressively safeguards your interests — and has for more than 33 years — is attorney Patrick F. Lauer Jr.

Our Approach To Protecting Your Rights

At the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, our experienced board-certified criminal trial attorney investigates the charges against you for any sign of law enforcement overreach, negotiates skillfully with prosecutors on your behalf and can litigate forcefully with persuasive presentations in courts of law.

This formula for success has gained Patrick F. Lauer Jr. a recognized reputation for results in more than 200 jury trials in Pennsylvania. He has never lost a sex crime or murder case at trial. His dedication to you is total — from arrest to arraignment, before judge and jury, and beyond.

Contact Mr. Lauer today to arrange your free initial consultation. He serves clients in virtually every county in the state, including college students at Penn State and the State College area, as well as Harrisburg and its surroundings. We accept all major credit cards, and can arrange flexible payment plans so you can afford a solid defense.

Arrested In Pennsylvania? The Most Important Call You Can Make Is To Patrick F. Lauer Jr.

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If you do not want to plead guilty to criminal charges, attorney Patrick F. Lauer is the defense lawyer to contact. Call or email him immediately if you have been arrested: 717-303-3042. Your free initial consultation can take place at a jail or police station if necessary.