Identity Theft Charges in Pennsylvania

Are you, or someone you love being accused of committing identity theft in Harrisburg? If so, it’s important that you understand what these charges mean and the long-term consequences of a conviction. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue explains identity theft as occurring when someone uses another person’s personal identifying information to commit crimes, such as … Continued

First DUI in Pennsylvania

Were you recently arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Harrisburg? If so, you are going to want to familiarize yourself with the penalties for this offense. Under Section 3802(a)(1), it is unlawful for an individual to drive, operate, or be in actual physical control of a vehicle while their ability … Continued

Pennsylvania Marijuana Possession Laws

Were you recently arrested for marijuana possession in Pennsylvania? If so, you should be made aware of the penalties that you face upon conviction. Please continue reading for more information on the matter. If you are found guilty of possessing marijuana (pot) in PA, you face the following penalties: 30 grams or less is a … Continued

Crisp & Associates Help Clear Man of Rape

Crisp and Associates, LLC has helped to acquit a Maryland man of accusations of rape. The defendant, Mr. Corwin C. Sample, was accused of raping an intoxicated fellow National Guard member at Fort Indiantown Gap in May 2014. The defense was able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Sample had not raped the … Continued

Client’s Family Shows Overwhelming Gratitude

Hearing the words “not guilty” spoken by a jury at the end of a trial is one of the most exhilarating experiences for a criminal defense attorney. Seeing the joy and relief on the face of the client and their family, however, can be just as fulfilling. Attorney Jonathan Crisp has recently experienced overwhelming gratitude … Continued

Challenging Negative Findings in Security Clearance

So you’ve been told that there was some unfavorable information discovered during your security clearance investigation/re-investigation and your clearance has been revoked orinitially denied; Now what? Remember, over 98% of security clearances that are applied for are ultimately granted. Thus, all is not lost – there are several things that you can do to try … Continued

DNA Testing Delays in Pennsylvania

The use of DNA testing for convicted felons in recent years has been vitally important to both convict offenders and set the innocent free. Attorney DePowell, who is shown in this video, used DNA testing to prove that his client was not guilty of the crime he was charged with. Others, however, have used DNA … Continued

How to Hire a Great Criminal Defense Lawyer

Let’s face it; being charged with a criminal offense can be as serious as being diagnosed with a life altering disease. Both will have an effect on the way you live your life, your ability to earn a living, and even how others view you. So why, then, would choosing the right lawyer be any … Continued

Penn Man Arrested for Violating Probation

A 23 year old man, J.B., is back behind bars after he was found drunk on a park bench, a violation of his probation. J.B. was convicted of aggravated indecent assault and indecent assault in 2011 because he sexually assaulted two sleeping women. The man pleaded guilty to these charges, admitting that he knew they … Continued

Crisp & Associates Help Soldier Get Acquittal

After an intensive five day trial held at FT Bragg, a ten member officer and enlisted panel from the 82D ABN DIV fully acquitted an 82D Soldier of all six Article 120 sexual assault charges in a General Court-Martial. The soldier was charged with allegedly raping a subordinate soldier while in Afghanistan. From the first … Continued