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Representing College Students Facing Criminal Charges

Many of us look back fondly on our college years and both smile and cringe when thinking about some of our experiences and the mistakes we made. While being a young adult is widely recognized as a time of exploration and self-discovery, some mistakes and errors in judgment can have serious consequences.

At The Law Offices of Campana, Hoffa, Morrone & Lovecchio, P.C., we represent college students who are facing criminal charges. For a college student, the penalties associated with a criminal conviction related to a DUI, drug possession, underage consumption or sexual assault include not only costly fines and possible time behind bars, but may also mean the end of a student's college career.

When Your Future Is At Stake

A college degree opens doors to a brighter future and, today, it's more important than ever to graduate from college. If you are a college student who is convicted of a crime, your may lose your federal student aid. Additionally, you could face disciplinary action and be suspended or even expelled from school.

If you are a college student who is facing criminal charges, it's important to seek the advice and assistance of a seasoned attorney who has your best interests in mind. We can help you understand what the charges against you mean, what your options are and support and represent you throughout the criminal defense process. We will always be on your side and will fight to ensure that your rights are protected, preserved and upheld.

Call a lawyer at our Williamsport law firm at 570-279-4163 to discuss your situation and to learn more about your options and how we can help. You can also get in touch with us via email.

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