Bucks County Criminal Defense AttorneyCriminal Defense Attorney in Bucks County, PA

Bucks County, PA is the fourth most populated County in Pennsylvania with 625,000 residents. The County seat of Bucks County is Doylestown. William Penn established Bucks County as one of the three original counties . The media household income in Bucks County is $59,727 – $68,727. Bucks County has great school districts as well as many different tourist locations.

Since Bucks County is an older County and has a large population, crimes are very common. Crimes are unavoidable and that is why Ryan Hyde Law is here to defend your rights. If you feel as though you have been unfairly prosecuted in Bucks County we can defend you.

A mere accusation of a violent crime – Assault, Robbery or Rape – has enormous life altering consequences even if you are completely innocent. To protect your liberty, livelihood and integrity you should not delay in retaining a Chester County Defense attorney with real experience and results. We are not only criminal defense attorneys who have represented clients in violent matters, but as a Deputy District Attorney, Mr. Hyde prosecuted hundreds of these and other crimes at all stages, from arrest to grand jury, to hearings, and even trial.

Megan’s law has changed over the years, often times being a worse punishment than even jail.  Inclusion on the registry makes finding jobs difficult and can even impact where you are allowed to live.  A keen understanding of the true ramifications of either a plea or a finding of guilt is essential to making informed decisions.

Specializing in DUI and Underage Defense in Bucks County

The Tier System as of December 20, 2012 subjects individuals to registration in one of three Tiers based on their underlying offenses.

Tier I. Registration is for 15 years. In-person appearance at an approved registration site to provide or verify the required information and to be photographed is Annual. There is a mandatory minimum two year prison sentence for the first failure to report and a three year prison sentence for the first failure to provide accurate information.

Tier II. Registration is for 25 years. In-person appearance at an approved registration site to provide or verify the required information and to be photographed is Semiannual (every six months). There is a mandatory minimum three year prison sentence for the first failure to report and a five year prison sentence for the first failure to provide accurate information.

Tier III. Registration is for the Lifetime of the individual. In-person appearance at an approved registration site to provide or verify the required information and to be photographed is Quarterly (every three months). There is a mandatory minimum three year prison sentence for the first failure to report and a five year prison sentence for the first failure to provide accurate information.

 

Bucks County, PA Criminal Defense Services

Domestic Violence | Drug Possession | Underage Drinking | White Collar Crime | Traffic Violations