Experience as an Assistant District Attorney in Berks County

Criminal Lawyer in Reading, Pennsylvania Has 20 Years' Legal Experience

If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, then you may be experiencing a great deal of emotional hardship such as fear, anxiety, and uncertainty regarding the future. It is vital that you have skilled legal assistance on your side; however, you may be uncertain as to what attorney to have on your side. When seeking advocacy, you need to ensure that the representative has experience, skill, and a proven track record. I am Curtis E. Barnes, Attorney at Law, and I have all of these qualities. I will draw on all of my resources and put my experience to work for you when you choose to work with me.

My experience includes 18 years of criminal defense practice on top of three years as an assistant D.A. This is a tremendous advantage to my clients as I understand how prosecutors operate. I know what they look for and I know how to directly combat their efforts. I utilize this experience to build a defense of a case that is specifically designed to fight the accusations made by the prosecution. Seek my representation for the experience and knowledge that you need on your side today!

Put My Experience to Work for You

Your situation is important to me, and as soon as you choose to retain my services, I will work to gather as much information as possible. In doing so, I can work to get out in front of the case in order to control the outcome. The sooner you retain my services, the more time we will have to build a strong defense of your case together. Contact my office today to discuss your situation with a Reading criminal lawyer and to begin the process of retaining the legal assistance that you need on your side in order to effectively pursue the results that you desire.

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