Harrisburg Public Corruption Defense Lawyers
Pennsylvania Attorneys Defending Officials Charged With Public Corruption
A public official's worst nightmare is to be charged with public corruption. Your reputation, chances of being re-elected and the trust within the community are all at stake. Even if you are just being investigated, it is important to consult with a reputable criminal defense attorney about what proactive steps you can take to minimize the potential damage.
Pennsylvania has seen its fair share of scandals involving public corruption. At Gover Perry & Shore, we have handled more of these cases than most other criminal defense firms because our reputation. Contact our experienced attorneys today to discuss your situation and how we can help you.
Honest, Aggressive and Committed to Your Best Interests When Defending You Against Public Corruptions Charges
Gover Perry & Shore has been called upon to represent all types of public officials who are facing any of the following types of public corruption charges:
- Election or voter fraud
- Tax fraud
- Using a public office for private interest or gain
- Accepting unethical bonuses
- Breach of duties, including conflicts of interest not disclosed
Our Reputation Sets Us Apart
Our reputation as a top-notch criminal defense firm is why many prosecutors, judges, politicians, police officers and sheriffs call upon us when facing any type of public corruption charge. We frequently receive referrals from within the legal and political community because we have handled so many of these cases effectively and strategically.
Our relationships within these communities can often allow us to attain information about a case quickly and accurately. This can help us position you best when you are in a legally precarious situation and effectively help plan for damage control.
We are here to represent you. We are here to fight for your reputation and your right to retain your freedom. Contact us today if you are facing public corruption charges and want to be treated with respect.