YOU NEED AN EXPERIENCED LAWYER
YOU DESERVE TO BE CHARGED A FAIR FEE
Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorney Robert E. Mielnicki, who has been practicing criminal law for more than 25 years, has secured acquittals/dismissals/withdrawals of criminal charges for clients in Allegheny County, Armstrong County, Beaver County, Blair County, Butler County, Cambria County, Clarion County, Erie County, Indiana County, Jefferson County, Lebanon County, Lancaster County, Lebanon County , Mercer County, Venango County, Washington County, Westmoreland County and the United States District Court for the Western District of PA. He has kept clients charged with crimes from serving jail time in all of the aforementioned counties plus Fayette County. Lawrence County and Somerset County. You might ask how Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorney Robert E Mielnicki has ended up handling cases in so many counties. Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorney Mielnicki’s handling of cases as far east as Lebanon County and as far north as Erie County is the result of a solid reputation which has resulted in retention from other attorneys actually practicing in those areas. Those attorneys trusted him with helping their clients and friends of clients from those areas over criminal lawyers in those counties.
“First time I have ever been accused of something of criminal nature in my life. I called 4-5 different attorney’s and Attorney Mielnicki was the only one to provide me with a sign of relief after hearing a brief synopsis of the case. Mielnicki was very knowledge and he is an email machine. He kept me informed throughout the whole process, and was very honest in all questions I had for him. There were a few points during the trial where people’s descriptions of the events were “mistaken/forgotten/not told truthfully”, and Mielnicki was quick to catch them and point them out to the jury. I’m glad I did my research before just picking any lawyer. Would HIGHLY recommend Attorney Mielnicki.” Client – Avvo – 2015
At the present time, mandatory sentences have been declared unconstitutional in a series of cases from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.