MISDEMEANORs

Laurie Jubelirer rigorously defends clients accused of misdemeanor offenses. She works hard to negotiate the best possible outcome for her clients. Her process includes thoroughly reviewing the police paperwork; preparing, filing, and litigating motions to suppress evidence based on any illegal and unconstitutional actions by police; and taking cases to trial. Laurie strives to provide the best possible defense with the goal of a reduction in charges or obtaining an acquittal.

What is considered a misdemeanor in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania recognizes three different degrees of misdemeanors. While a first-degree misdemeanor (M1) is the most severe misdemeanor, a third-degree misdemeanor (M3) is the least severe charge in this category.

 

Examples of misdemeanor offenses include: 

What are the penalties for a misdemeanor in Pennsylvania?

Penalties for a misdemeanor vary based on the degree of the offense. The maximum penalty for this conviction is five years in prison and/or up to $10,000 in fines.

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WHAT our CLIENTS SAY

Highly Recommend!!

Laurie was a god send at a very difficult time and worked diligently to get the best possible legal outcome my boyfriend. She is passionate about the rights of the accused, is compassionate and non-judgmental, and steered us in the right path with every decision we had to make. She went above and beyond for us. Thank you, Laurie!

– Lauren

She is a very professional attorney. She makes time to listen to her clients.

She was available after hours. She is a problem solver and an honest person. She gave legal advice and services that is above standard. Her legal fees was reasonable with affordable payment plan. She makes herself available at the end of paid service without extra charge/fees. She’s very compassionate, courteous, non-judgmental and a true professional in her field.

– Steve