Experience Builds A Strong Criminal Defense

When the police are called to the scene of an altercation, chances are good that they will arrest someone. The charge may not reflect what really happened. It may be based on partial evidence or a misinterpretation of events.

Whatever the circumstances, a person arrested for an assault or violent crime needs an experienced defense attorney.

I am Theodore H. Swan, Jr., a lawyer with more than 40 years of experience defending people accused of assault and other violent crimes throughout Montgomery County and Bucks County, Pennsylvania:

  • Simple assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Harassment
  • Domestic assault
  • And other crimes of violence

My Track Record: Thorough Investigation And Skillful Lawyering

I will examine the evidence the prosecutor has and uncover additional evidence if that can aid in your defense. One important question to ask is "Does the evidence corresponds with the severity of the charge?" If not, I can seek to obtain a dismissal or reduced charge. I will also review possible defense strategies involving self-defense, motives and other mitigating factors.

In your case, there may be one or more possible defense strategies that could result in a dismissal, acquittal or acceptable plea. Call me at 267-415-6130 to learn more. I can discuss your legal options and provide an honest assessment of your case. My practice includes criminal defense of a wide variety of practice areas, including possession of drugs.

The Difference Is My Experience

I have more than 40 years of experience handling assault cases, as a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney. I understand how to uncover weaknesses in evidence and mistakes in police procedures. Whenever possible, I will make aggressive use of motions to dismiss and motions to suppress evidence to obtain a favorable outcome in your case.

Call Today For A Free Consultation

Contact Theodore H. Swan, Jr., Attorney at Law, for a free initial consultation. I will use my experience to defend your rights and freedom.