A conviction for a criminal offense can adversely impact a young adult’s future in many ways. For college students—and their parents — a conviction takes on special significance. This is the future of someone whose life has barely started at stake. You need the best criminal defense lawyer to protect it.

Your Education And Future Are Important

Having a permanent criminal record can affect your eligibility to receive federal financial aid. A conviction like this can potentially derail your ability to complete your undergraduate degree. First, you may experience fewer post-graduate opportunities, then lose the ability to obtain a professional license, and miss out on job opportunities for years to come. With the stakes so high, it is critical for you to seek the guidance of an aggressive criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.

Anyone can make a simple mistake, face false allegations, or face charges due to circumstances beyond their control. At Kalinoski Law Offices P.C. in Scranton, we are committed to taking control when defending clients against criminal charges. We believe that preparing for trial from the start is vital to building a strong criminal defense. This way we can protect the futures of young adults in all kinds of cases, including, but not limited to:

  • Possession of drugs
  • Possession of paraphernalia
  • Assault charges
  • Theft crimes
  • Underage drinking
  • Providing alcohol to a minor
  • Underage drinking and driving or DUI
  • Noise violations

Speak With An Experienced College Student Criminal Defense Attorney

If you are a parent of a student accused of a crime, or if you are directly facing charges in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, or surrounding areas in Northeast Pennsylvania, you owe it to yourself to have a strong defense attorney in your corner. To learn how our experience and dedication to presenting a strong defense can be your advantage in protecting your future, call (570) 207-4000 or contact us online for a free consultation.

We fight for the rights of our clients in a wide spectrum of practice areas, ranging from criminal defense to family law to civil rights and personal injury.

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