At the Law Offices of Lance T. Marshall, we are set apart by our skill and experience in the criminal system. Lance T. Marshall has worked in every aspect of the criminal system, spending time as a judicial law clerk in Centre County and a public defender in Chester County. He worked for 10 years as a Centre County prosecutor. In 2009, he returned to criminal defense work, opening his private law practice to help people in State College and surrounding communities.
We know how to successfully defend against every type of crime, and we are prepared to put our veteran experience to work for you. We know how to identify and expose the weaknesses in the prosecution's case. Don't let your case be bounced between younger, less experienced attorneys. Hire one lawyer to work for you! Please contact our law offices today at 814-308-0422 to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation.
State College Criminal Law Attorney — Keeping You Informed and Protecting Your Rights
We have built our practice around a commitment to ensuring that every client is fully informed and aware of everything in his or her case. We provide extensive communication and will provide honest and frank evaluation of when to fight a case and when a fight is not in your best interest. We work hard to protect your rights and minimize the consequences of these criminal charges. When you are the one charged with a crime, results matter.
We assist clients in a wide range of criminal matters, including:
- DUI defense
- Drug crimes, including possession, delivery and PWID
- Underage drinking and DUI
- Sexual assault
- Child abuse
- Theft and burglary
- Traffic violations
- White collar crimes
Pennsylvania and Centre County Criminal Defense Attorney
Many college students do not understand the grave consequences that can follow them years after they have paid their immediate debt to society for their offenses. As employers have access to far-reaching records, a conviction can cost you profoundly into the future.
We understand all potential penalties, as well as the civil ramifications, which include future employer background checks, professional licensing, driver license suspensions, gun ownership and possession rights, your right to vote and other less obvious consequences. We will help you understand exactly what is on the line in your case and how best to proceed given the unique circumstances surrounding your case. Contact us at 814-308-0422.