Criminal Defense

One Of Eastern Pennsylvania’s Top Criminal Defense Firms

If you are the target of a criminal investigation, or if you have already been charged with a crime, you need to take immediate steps to preserve your legal rights and begin a sound defense strategy.

We are proud that The Law Office of Michael J. Malloy & Associates is one of the premier criminal defense law firms in the Philadelphia metro area. With 50 years of combined experience in criminal law and a focus on the highest-level felony charges, we can give you the best possible defense and preserve your rights when going up against police and prosecutors.

Why People Facing The Toughest Charges Seek Us Out

People come to us with the toughest, most high-profile charges because we are known for giving defendants their best chance of avoiding a long prison sentence. We handle all high-level charges in state and federal, including those that potentially can result in the death penalty. Contact us if you have been charged with or arrested on suspicion of any serious crime, such as:

  • Murder, manslaughter, assault and other violent crimes
  • Felony drug crimes, including large-scale trafficking and manufacturing
  • Sex crimes, such as rape and possession of child pornography
  • Gang-related charges
  • Domestic violence
  • Weapons charges

Remember, an arrest is not the same as a conviction, and you are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. We will handle every aspect of your defense, from being in the room with you during police interrogations, to fighting for reasonable bail, to carefully reviewing the evidence, to negotiating a possible plea bargain or arguing your defense in court and letting the jury decide.

Arrested? Have A Free Conference With One Of Delaware County And The Philadelphia Area’s Top Defense Attorneys.

Call 610-998-8741 or send an email to schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers. Our office is in Media, but if you or a family member is incarcerated, we will make the appropriate arrangements to meet with him or her in prison.