Criminal DefenseTop-notch representation in all criminal defense cases, including drug offenses, probation violations, and violent crimes.
At Kenny, Burns & McGill, we know that the criminal justice system is a confusing and scary place: lots of paperwork, police officers and detectives demanding answers, and the fear of one mistake or error having enormous consequences for your future. We understand that your case may be sensitive or difficult. We know that your or your family’s livelihood may be at stake. We are ready to help.
If you are reading this, it is possible that you or a loved one have recently been arrested or need help for an existing case in the criminal court system. The fact that you are researching criminal defense attorneys means that you are already well on your way to getting the representation you deserve.
The moment you decide to work with our firm, we will do whatever it takes to help you protect your rights, avoid wrongful or extreme sentences, and give you and your family peace of mind. We will address all of your concerns, educate you about your legal rights and options, and answer your questions so that you can make informed decisions throughout the entire process.
Whether you are facing minor criminal charges in a Magisterial District Court or the Philadelphia Municipal Court, or more serious charges in the Court of Common Pleas, our attorneys will advocate and fight for you to the end. Nothing is more important to us than your rights and your freedom.
Our firm provides high quality legal representation to individuals in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Lancaster counties and throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We have secured many positive outcomes for clients facing charges including underage drinking, violation of parole (VOP), theft, possession with intent to distribute (PWID) and other drug charges, assault and homicide, and driving under the influence (DUI), to name just a few.
We also represent individuals in federal district court, including federal criminal trials as well as appeals to the Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
If you need help now, contact us here to set up a free consultation. The sooner you reach out, the sooner we can help.