Criminal Defense Attorney | Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC

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There's No Such Thing as a Hopeless Situation

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Criminal charges don't always occur during business hours. Our team knows this and is ready to explain what's next any time of day.


Convictions Are Not Certain

Evidence isn't always credible and police make mistakes. We'll investigate the facts and do everything we can to protect your record.


We're a Team That Wins

Our reputation for getting crimes dismissed, reduced, and winning in court is well earned. We don't force pleas and fight hard for every client.


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"I searched for a top Criminal Defense lawyer until I found Worgul Law Firm.

In my honest opinion, the Worgul law firm did an extraordinary job. Was a little doubtful in the beginning, but they ensured me to trust them, which I did. They saved me from possibly serving 15 years for a crime I did not commit. Money well spent and a SUPERB JOB. I would highly recommend Worgul Law Firm out of Pittsburgh Pa."


You Deserve The Best Possible Defense

An experienced lawyer at Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys could make the difference in your case's outcome. We believe everyone, no matter what they're accused of, deserves to have someone in their corner. As a Board Certified criminal defense firm, our knowledge and skill separate us from the competition—giving us the confidence to see your case through to the end and obtain a favorable result.

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Case Result: Sex Crime Results in No Jail Time

When a 19-year-old man unknowingly dated an underage girl, he found himself charged with various felony-level sex crimes after the girlfriend's mother reported the relationship to the police. Faced with a potential sentence of 20-40 years in prison and being labeled as a sex offender for life, the man sought the help of Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Lawyers. After exhaustive negotiations with the prosecution, the client agreed to plead guilty to a single charge that resulted in no jail time and a reduced period of sex offender registration. He ended up serving six months of house arrest and five years of probation.