Criminal defense attorney Sara M. Webster advocates tirelessly for those facing criminal prosecution. Well-versed in criminal law and with extensive trial experience in state and federal courts, she assembles and oversees a team of professionals who fight vigorously to protect your rights and freedoms. She fully evaluates your case, presents your options, leverages the law to your advantage and develops solid trial strategies for a strong, intelligent defense in pursuit of your best possible outcome.
Specific areas where Webster excels at defending her clients:
- DUI – Driving Under the Influence
- Sex Offenses
- Drug Charges & Prescription Drug Fraud
- Traffic Violations & License Suspensions
- Assault & Domestic Violence
- Vehicle Offenses
- Theft & Fraud
- Juvenile Offenses
- Parole & Probation Violations
- Bail Reduction Hearings
- Weapons Offenses
- Homicide & Manslaughter
If you are facing criminal charges, you want a lawyer who has courage and experience, is a skilled observer who asks the right questions, and who will work hard and prepare diligently for your defense. When you meet with Bucks County criminal defense attorney Sara Webster, she will listen to your story and examine the criminal charges that have been filed against you. With guidance from her on your constitutional rights and options, you then decide whether to fight the charges and plead not guilty or mitigate and negotiate the outcome.
How can I challenge the criminal charges against me?
If you go to trial for your criminal charges, Webster will launch a thorough investigation into any claims that the police or prosecutors may have violated your constitutional rights, whether intentionally or by mistake. She has won acquittals using such criminal defenses as:
Unlawful search & seizure
Questioning or interrogations
Self-defense or defense of others
Mistaken belief of permission or consent to intimacy
Mental health issues
Drug & alcohol treatment
Duress (threat of harm made to illegally compel an admission of guilt or other action not in person’s best interests)
In a criminal case, how can I avoid trial, stay out of jail, shorten my sentence or avoid a criminal record?
To mitigate the severity of the outcome of your criminal charges, Sara Webster will pursue on your behalf a range of treatment options and alternatives, including:
Pretrial drug & alcohol treatment
Youthful Offender Program
Bucks County DA’s Office Veterans Program
Work Release Program
ARD pretrial probation for first-time DUI offenses
Juvenile Diversion Program
Youth Aid Panel (YAP)
Get defense for your Pennsylvania charges from a reputable Bucks County lawyer.