Sara M. Webster
Criminal Defense Attorney
Bold, confident, experienced
Protecting the rights of the accused
Aggressive, skilled, successful criminal defense lawyer
Welcome to Webster Law
Bucks County Criminal Defense Lawyer for Pennsylvania & Federal Offenses
Criminal defense attorney Sara M. Webster brings to every case more than three decades of trial experience in Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and unparalleled expertise in the nuances and rules of the law.
Respected by judges, prosecutors, police and other lawyers at the county, state and federal level, and by the hundreds of clients she has defended over the years, Webster uses her intelligence, experience and passion for the law to fight for your rights and to preserve your freedom. Her understanding of the U.S. Constitution gives her an advantage when it comes to developing strategic legal approaches and arguing on your behalf.
Webster is experienced, accessible, responsive and thoroughly prepared to represent her client in the most persuasive manner to achieve the best possible result. A tireless advocate for those accused of crimes, she concentrates her efforts on the representation of defendants in criminal prosecutions and mental health cases.
Chair of the Bucks County Bar Association’s Criminal Law Section and as a frequent lecturer on criminal defense practice and procedure. Past-president of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, she maintains memberships in PACDL, NACDL and other legal fellowships and has been a NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) lawyer for 30 years.
“The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”
– Martin Luther King Jr.
If a motorist is stopped by the police for a traffic violation, such as speeding, police should issue a citation or a mere warning. The motorist is then free to leave unless the police have reason to believe there are, for example, drugs in the car. In that case, the...read more
A petition and court Order of Expungement offers the opportunity to have criminal history information erased in very limited circumstances. This can be useful when applying for jobs that require a background check. Until recently only arrests that do not result in...read more
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Webster Law, P.C.
87 North Broad Street
Doylestown (Bucks County)
Webster Law, a Professional Corporation, is located in Doylestown, PA and serves clients in and around Bucks County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County.
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