Top Lititz Criminal and DUI Attorneys
As a resident of Lititz, you know that individuals are arrested on criminal charges from time to time. What if one day the person arrested is you? If that day comes for you, having an experience Lititz criminal defense attorney by your side can be a game-changer. While you may be frightened, stressed, and anxious, unsure of what to do, your attorney is the calm in the storm. They have gone through the criminal justice process many, many times, with people just like you—good people who have made a mistake and are now facing one of the toughest times in their lives.
Whether you are innocent of the Lititz crime you are being charged with or did commit the crime—but with extenuating circumstances—having a Lititz criminal defense attorney from the Ciccarelli Law Offices can truly make all the difference in the eventual outcome. The attorneys at the Ciccarelli Law Offices have significant levels of experience, knowledge, and legal skills, which allow them to provide the best possible defense on your behalf. Our reputation in defending those charged with a criminal offense is outstanding.
We always go the extra mile on behalf of our clients and will do the same for you. We will tailor your defense specifically to you and to the circumstances surrounding your charges, whether you are facing a misdemeanor or a felony criminal offense. At the Ciccarelli Law Offices, we will always ensure your rights are protected, giving you the best chance to get back to your life and your future. You can contact us by phone at (717) 291-9400 or (877) 529-2422 today.
Understanding Crime Across Pennsylvania and Lititz
Neighborhood Scout found that Lititz is an extremely safe city, with a “crime number” of 90—meaning Lititz is safer than 90 percent of cities in the United States. In fact, your chances of becoming a victim of violent crime in Lititz is one in 2,354, while in the state of Pennsylvania, your chances of becoming a victim of violent crime are one in 319. Your chances of becoming a victim of property crime in Lititz is one in 219, while your chances of becoming a victim of property crime in the entire state of Pennsylvania is one in 61. The safest places in Lititz include Brickerville, Rothsville, Borough Center, Lititz Pike/Koser Road, Brunnerville/Millway, East Main Street/South Cedar Street, and Lexington/Halfville.
If you should find yourself being charged with a Lititz criminal offense, it is extremely important that you protect your future by speaking to an attorney from the Ciccarelli Law Offices. Once you become a client of ours, we will use every resource at our disposal to ensure you receive the best defense possible. It is understandable that you are anxious about your future, however, we will fight hard to give you another chance, minimizing the consequences of your criminal charges to the extent possible.
Fighting for Your Freedom in Lititz, PA
Founded by Moravian Church members in 1756, Lititz was named after a castle in Bohemia. For one hundred years, only Moravians were allowed to live in Lititz, and until the mid-19th century, only Moravian congregation members were permitted to own homes in Lititz (all others were required to lease their homes). Finally, five years prior to the start of the Civil War, this system was abolished. During the American Revolution, the Brethren’s House (built in 1759) was used as a hospital, and the oldest all-girls boarding school in the U.S. was located in Lititz. Lititz hosts the annual Queen of Candles Pageant, along with fireworks, and an extravagantly decorated park.
In 2006, Lititz hosted a year-long celebration that commemorated the 250th anniversary of the naming of the town. Lititz often makes the list of “delightfully-names towns,” which also include Bareville, Paradise, Bird-in-Hand, Mount Joy, Intercourse, and Blue Ball. Lititz was named the winner of the “Coolest Small Towns” competition in 2013. Unfortunately, Lititz became known for something much more negative in 2005, when David G. Ludwig shot and killed Michael and Cathryn Borden, fleeing the area with their daughter.
Ludwig was later found in Indiana, then extradited to Lancaster County, where he received two consecutive life sentences for first-degree murder, reckless endangerment, statutory sexual assault, and firearms violations. Police later seized 54 guns from the home of Gregory and Jane Ludwig. Some of the notable people from Lititz include Bob Longenecker, Hollywood talent agent, Richard A. Snyder, Pennsylvania State Senator, Louise Adeline Weitzel, poet, Joey Welz, musician, and Roy and Gene Clair, founders of Clair Brothers—an audio manufacturer and sound reinforcement company.
How the Ciccarelli Law Offices Can Help
Being placed under arrest in Lititz is certainly a stressful experience, however, that day might come for many residents. If you should find yourself facing criminal charges in Lititz, remember the Ciccarelli Law Offices. Our experience navigating the Pennsylvania criminal justice system is unparalleled. You will definitely benefit from speaking to an attorney from the Ciccarelli Law Offices. We can help you with any of the following criminal charges:
- Violent crimes (such as burglary, murder, attempted murder, and assault)
- Drug crimes (including possession, manufacturing, and selling)
- DUI charges
- Vehicular homicide
- Sex crimes
- Juvenile crimes
- Crimes of theft
- Probation violations
- Traffic violations
- Domestic violence
- College crimes
The Ciccarelli Law Office Inspires Trust and Respect
Because we are always aware of how much your life can change following Lititz criminal charges, we are equally conscious of the role we play and take your future very seriously. We will explore every single avenue on your behalf in our quest to find the very best defense for your offense. Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony offense, we will provide a comprehensive defense on your behalf—regardless of the complexity of your charges.
You may have received a summons from District Court 02-2-08 if you are charged with a criminal offense in Lititz. The court is located at 690 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, PA, 17543. There are multiple Magisterial District Courts in the area, so it is important to have your attorney carefully check your paperwork to ensure you appear in the correct court.
At the Ciccarelli Law Offices, success is our mission—we are driven to serve and ready to fight. Contact the Ciccarelli Law Offices at (717) 291-9400 or using our toll-free number (877) 529-2422. We have an office in Lancaster, to better serve you. The criminal defense lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices have successfully defended individuals in Lancaster County, including, but not limited to: Ephrata, Manheim, Quarryville, Elizabethtown, and Millersville.