More Than 33 Years Of Defense In Theft Cases
A conviction for a serious theft crime can ruin your life, separate you from loved ones and establish a criminal record that follows you everywhere. It can also drain your finances with heavy fines and do irreparable harm to housing and employment opportunities.
Don’t resign yourself to these worst-case scenarios. The criminal defense attorney who gets results in theft crime cases — in Camp Hill, Cumberland County and Pennsylvania statewide — is Jr.
Put Considerable Trial Experience To Work For You
The Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, safeguards your interests from arrest to outcome with more than 33 years of experience, a track record of success in more than 200 jury trials, proven investigative and negotiation skills, and litigation techniques that connect with judge and jury.
Your freedoms and future are jeopardized by an arrest for theft. You owe it to yourself and your family to contact a skilled defense lawyer who is knowledgeable, client-focused and always ready to go to trial, to improve your legal position. Call today to arrange your free initial consultation.
You Cannot Afford A Halfhearted Defense When Accused Of Theft
Mr. Lauer aggressively protects your rights if you have been arrested on serious criminal charges such as:
- Identity theft
- Passing bad checks
- Receiving stolen property
We can help clients of all ages, including juveniles, college-age students and adults.
Available. Affordable. There Is No Reason To Avoid Calling Us.
From start to finish of the legal process, you enjoy maximum availability to our lawyer’s expertise, solid support and sound recommendations. We want your every question or concern to be addressed promptly and fully. You receive frequent updates on your case and the aggressive advocacy that is needed to put this legal crisis behind you.
Attorney offers free initial consultations that can be arranged by calling . Your email message is also welcome and will be returned promptly. If you have been arrested, Mr. Lauer can meet with you at a police station or jail.