West Chester, PA 19380
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Lee Ciccarelli is the founder and managing partner of Ciccarelli Law Offices with over two decades experience as a practicing attorney.
Joshua Tebay is an experienced attorney and former prosecutor licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Timothy Kraeer is a highly experienced traffic attorney who handles related criminal and civil matters across the state.
Since 1992, Ann has been advocating for her clients both in and out of tough courtrooms of Philadelphia, which has cultivated her craft.
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Our firm provides excellent services at reasonable fees and accepts a variety of payment methods, including most major credit card providers.
Lee Ciccarelli has received a 10.0 (Superb) rating on Avvo, the highest possible rating for attorneys on the site. This rating is given based on client reviews, peer endorsements, and professional experience and credentials.
Were you or your loved one recently arrested in the greater Phoenixville area for any kind of alleged crime? You should not say anything to authorities until you have legal representation.
Ciccarelli Law Offices aggressively defends clients facing criminal charges in Phoenixville and many surrounding areas of Chester County. Our Phoenixville criminal defense lawyers handle many different kinds of misdemeanor and felony offenses.
Lee Ciccarelli and the Phoenixville criminal defense lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices will work tirelessly to help you achieve the most favorable outcome to your case that results in the fewest possible penalties. Our firm can fight possibly get your criminal charges reduced or dismissed.
Our attorneys work as a team to identify your strongest possible defenses and make it difficult for prosecutors to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Call (610) 719-3200 right now to have our lawyers provide an honest and thorough evaluation of your case during a free, confidential consultation.
People can be charged with violations of local, state, or federal law anywhere in Pennsylvania, but some of the most common kinds of criminal cases that Ciccarelli Law Offices most frequently handles in Phoenixville include the following:
Major highways in and around Phoenixville include Pennsylvania Route 23 (PA 23), Pennsylvania Route 29 (PA 29), Pennsylvania Route 113 (PA 113), Pennsylvania Route 724 (PA 724), and U.S. Route 422 (US 422). Some other local roads that alleged offenders may be arrested for DUI on include, but are not limited to High Street, Black Rock Road, and Bridge Street.
Whether you were arrested for drunk driving for the first time or you are an alleged repeat offender, Ciccarelli Law Offices can help. Our attorneys will review every aspect of your arrest and challenge any evidence that was collected as the result of a violation of your constitutional rights.
District Courts | Chester County, PA — Magisterial district courts are minor courts of limited jurisdiction. In addition to summary offenses and violations of municipal ordinances, they also handle preliminary hearings and arraignments in misdemeanor and felony offenses later tried in the Courts of Common Pleas. The Borough of Phoenixville as well as Charlestown and Schuylkill Townships are served by the following magisterial district court in Phoenixville:
District Court 15-2-01
347 Bridge St.
Phoenixville, PA 19460
County Court of Common Pleas | Chester County, PA — Cases not exclusively assigned to other courts are handled in the Court of Common Pleas, a state trial court of general jurisdiction. The Court of Common Pleas has original jurisdiction over those cases as well as appellate jurisdiction over judgments from the minor courts. Visit this website to access a judicial calendar, learn about the court’s mission and goals, and view local rules of the court.
Superior Court | Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania — Pennsylvania has two statewide intermediate appellate courts. The Superior Court is the appellate court of general jurisdiction that frequently handles appeals of final decisions of the Court of Common Pleas while the jurisdiction of the other appellate court, the Commonwealth Court, is limited to decisions of state agencies and certain cases in which the Commonwealth is a party. On this website, you can read court news, search Superior Court opinions, and learn more about cases of public interest.
Supreme Court | Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania — The court of last resort in the Commonwealth is the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. It consists of the Chief Justice of Pennsylvania and six associate justices, each of whom is elected to 10-year terms. You can use this website to submit case filings online, view calendars of court sessions, and search court docket sheets.
Police Department | Borough of Phoenixville — The Phoenixville Police Department’s mission is “to protect the rights, safety, and property of all persons within Phoenixville Borough and to provide professional service to all who come within our care and jurisdiction.” Read the agency’s values statement, access various forms, and learn about different services on this website. You can also find information about department staff.
Phoenixville Police Department
351 Bridge St.
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Chester County Sheriff | Chester County, PA — The Chester County Sheriff's Office is the law enforcement arm of the Court of Common Pleas for Chester County. You can use the Most Wanted section of this website to view suspects and submit crime tips (anonymously, if you so choose). You can also find information about the civil process service, apply for a license to carry firearms, and read recent scam awareness bulletins.
District Attorney | Chester County, PA — The core functions of the Chester County District Attorney’s Office are to investigate, prosecute, and prevent crimes. Visit this website to learn more about the office’s investigative units, download forms and applications, and read recent press releases. You can also learn about the rights of crime victims under the Victim’s Bill of Rights in the Crime Victims Act under 18 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute §11.201.
Ciccarelli Law Offices represents individuals arrested in Phoenixville as well as many other nearby communities that share the 19460 ZIP code. Surrounding areas that we serve include, but are not limited to:
If you were arrested for an alleged criminal offense in Phoenixville, it will be in your best interest to quickly retain legal counsel. Ciccarelli Law Offices represents residents and visitors facing criminal charges in Phoenixville and many surrounding areas of Chester County.
Lee Ciccarelli and the Phoenixville criminal defense attorneys at Ciccarelli Law Offices will work to help you avoid the consequences of a criminal conviction. Our lawyers can review your case and help you understand all of your legal options when you call (610) 719-3200 or complete an online contact form to take advantage of a free initial consultation.