When you need an attorney, contact Philadelphia criminal defense attorney Brian J. Zeiger, Esquire. The Pennsylvania defense attorneys at The Zeiger Firm offer high quality legal representation to individuals in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, and Chester counties and throughout the entire state of Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Criminal Defense Attorneys at The Zeiger Firm are committed to defending every client zealously, providing the highest quality personalized criminal defense services, and obtaining the best results possible in every case. The Philadelphia criminal lawyers at The Zeiger Firm will guide you through the court system and fight to prove you are innocent. When pleading guilty is not an option you need to call us!
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"I had the good fortune of contacting Mr. Zeiger concerning some cases a very good friend of mine was about to go through in Philadelphia Court. Mr Zeiger took the time to listen to my friend and I and was able to combine the cases to be heard with an optimum outcome. During the time leading up to court, Mr. Zeiger was always available to answer questions and provide information. I would recommend anyone who has the need for the service of a Fine Lawyer to contact Mr. Zeiger. I would not hesitate to use His Service in the Future.”About Brian Zeiger
"Brian Zeiger is the definition of an exceptional lawyer. I was placed in an "unfair" assault case with Philadelphia police officers. I quoted unfair because since they have authority, they are automatically looked at as no wrongful doing. I was seeking for someone to help me serve justice. At the time everyone doubted me, stating that a case such as mine will be over thrown (due to the fact I was trying to go up against Philadelphia police officers, the people who are suppose to protect and serve us). Brian Zeiger was the only one who took the time out, and put in the hard work, determination, and effort to help me serve justice on an unfair matter. Til' this day I thank and appreciate everything that Mr. Zeiger have done for me. Thanks Brian !!!"About Brian Zeiger
"Mr. Brian is the most honest lawyer I know he made me feel at ease the whole process I would mention him to anyone who needed some serious help from a serious and honest person. Mr. Brian did not give up on me and he did not do anything I did not ask him to do he is GREAT!!!!! at what he does and I hope millions of true and good people get to experience the SMOOTH,HONEST,COMFORTABLE,AND MOST HAPPIEST journey with MR. BRIAN ZEIGER. O YEA THANKS AGAIN MR. B!!"About Brian Zeiger
The Philadelphia Police Brutality Lawyers at The Zeiger Firm, understand that when the police use excessive force in doing their job, the police must be held accountable for their actions. Our Philadelphia Police Brutality Attorneys hold arresting officers accountable for their actions. At The Zeiger Firm, our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and NJ Police Brutality Civil Rights lawyers have one goal – to represent every client zealously in order to obtain the best results possible in each case.READ MORE
Did you know that you do not have to actually consume alcohol to be charged with an underage drinking offense in Pennsylvania? By even succumbing to peer pressure and driving a friend to a party with a six-pack in tow, your child is subject to criminal charges. Under Pennsylvania law, it is illegal for a person under the age of 21 to do any of the following: Attempt to purchase; Purchase; Consume; Possess; or Knowingly…Read More
Did you know that, in the federal criminal justice system, there is no parole? This means that, with the exception of a small ten percent reduction in your sentence for good behavior, you are required to serve the sentence imposed. “Supervised Release” was created by Congress when federal parole was abolished, and although it bears similarities to parole, it does not serve to replace or eliminate a part of your sentence as parole once did.…Read More