Stroudsburg Personal Injury Lawyer::Automobile Accidents::Monroe County, Pennsylvania Accident Attorney

Higgins & Walters, LLC

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(570) 421-3830
26 N 6th Street, #1, Stroudsburg, PA 18360

Clear Your Good Name

When faced with a criminal offense, the last thing to do is forego representation. At Higgins & Walters LLC we understand how intimating and scary the legal process can be, especially for those who haven't been there before. Regardless of what you're accused of, know that we'll be at your side every step of the way to help you avoid the common pitfalls commonly associated with your exact case.

Person in Handcuffs Criminal Defense

Exercise your right as an American for representation when accused of a crime. At Higgins & Walters LLC our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to defend you in the following types of criminal cases:
 

• Drunken Driving (DUI/DWI) Offenses
• Drug Offenses & Possession with      
  Intent to Distribute

• Internet Charges
• Hit & Run Accidents
• Juvenile Charges
• Protection from Abuse (PFA) Defense
• Probation Violations
• RICO & Conspiracy Charges
• Robbery & Burglary
• School Charges
• Theft Charges
• Violent Crime Charges
• Weapons Charges 
• Major Traffic Violations
• License Suspensions
• Felonies
• Misdemeanors
• Assaults
• Theft

Whether you, a friend or family member is charged with a felony, misdemeanor, or summary or multiple offenses, we provide the aggressive defense you seek. Rely on our decades of experience and dedication to defending our clients' rights to fight for the best possible outcome for you.


DUI, DWI Defense

The penalties for DUI can be stiff. Appearing without legal representation puts you at great risk of receiving the maximum penalty. Often times, our DUI attorneys obtain mutually satisfactory outcomes for clients without even having to go to trial. Many times, we resolve charges based upon an Alternative Rehabilitative Disposition, otherwise known as ARD. Complying with the ARD program requirements leads to a dismissal of the original charges.