Pittsburgh Phoenix Docket Attorney - Phoenix Court Lawyer

Has your Criminal Case been scheduled for the Phoenix Court Docket?

If you or someone you love has a criminal case scheduled forPhoenix Court Docket, you need a knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney to review the facts of the case and the proposed offer to see if you should enter the program or possible reject the program and take your case to trial.

In some cases, the Phoenix Court Docket offer given by the District Attorney can be negotiated to better suit your circumstances. An experienced Criminal Defense attorney can get you the best possible deal for your case and possibly cut down the possible jail sentence, probation, house arrest or fines.

If you are currently reviewing an offer for the Phoenix Court Docket, contact Attorney Frank Walker today at (412) 212-3878 to discuss your offer.

What is the Phoenix Court Docket?

The Phoenix Court Docket is an expedited criminal docket designed to resolve cases involving non-violent offenders such as DUI or Theft Cases. The Phoenix Court Docket replaced the PDQ program and has operated successfully to assist with the resolution of numerous non violent cases over the years.

How do I get my case on the Phoenix Court Docket?

Most cases that are eligible for the Phoenix Court Docket are identified early, either at the Preliminary Hearing or at the Formal Arraignment. If you or someone your know has been charged with a non-violent offense such at DUI, Theft or a minor drug offense, you should speak with an attorney immediately to discuss your eligibility for the Phoenix Court Docket.

What are benefits of the Phoenix Court Docket?

If you are eligible for the program, you have the opportunity to resolve your criminal case at an earlier stage in the criminal process. By successfully entering your case on the Phoenix Court Docket, your case and sentence could be completed earlier than it would should you decided to opt for a trial. Since your case will be completed earlier, you can immediately begin to meet the requirement for expunging your record should your case qualify.

Should I have a Criminal Defense Attorney/Lawyer for Phoenix Court Docket Case?

Absolutely. You need an attorney to advise you of your rights if you are already in the program, and, in some cases, attempt to successfully enter your case on thePhoenix Court Docket. Many times, Defendants are unaware that they may be eligible for the program since they never sought legal counsel.

Contact Phoenix Court Docket Attorney Frank Walker

Pittsburgh Attorney Frank Walker has reviewed hundreds of Phoenix Court Offers and frequently advises clients on their options. In many instances, Attorney Walker has successfully reduced the sentences and fines for Phoenix Docket clients. However, you must contact Attorney Walker immediately upon receiving notification that your case is scheduled for the expedited Phoenix Docket.

Contact Attorney Walker today at (412) 212-3878 to schedule an appointment to discuss your case or submit your case information online for a Free Case Evaluation.

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