Chester County Sex Crime Defense Lawyer
Ryan Hyde is a seasoned former prosecutor with substantial criminal and family law experience in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Hyde spent more than five years in the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. Most of those five years were spent specializing in complex white collar crime cases. As a Deputy District Attorney Mr. Hyde was responsible for the investigation and prosecution of some of the most high profile theft and political corruption cases in the county. Additionally, Hyde prosecuted thousands of DUI, drug, and property crime cases. During Mr. Hyde’s time in the DA’s office he tried hundreds of cases with a variety of different charges. Additionally, Mr. Hyde has argued cases in front of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and has extensive experience with an investigating grand jury.
Hyde graduated from Villanova Law School in Delaware County where he was on both the Moot Court Board and Trial Team. During Mr. Hyde’s third year of law school and after his graduation he worked with a boutique law firm in Center City Philadelphia specializing in federal commercial litigation and franchise law. It was during this time that Mr. Hyde realized that his true calling was in a court room.
In addition to Mr. Hyde’s career as a lawyer he spent seven years in the pharmaceutical industry learning the importance of listening to clients and meeting their needs. During his time in the pharmaceutical industry Mr. Hyde was able to earn his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Arizona. Mr. Hyde also has degrees in Accounting and Finance from the University of Arizona.
Ryan Hyde left the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office in 2014 to represent and protect the rights of people who were charged with a crime. Mr. Hyde has defended dozens of clients charged with DUI and more serious offenses. Mr. Hyde established his own firm to ensure that clients would be treated fairly and properly by the judicial system. Mr. Hyde personally handles all cases from beginning to end. The attorney you hire is the attorney you get. Clients are not passed off to associates.