Skilled Defense Of All Professional Licenses
There are many occupations that require a professional license from a government board or other organization. Without a license, you cannot legally practice in the field. Many individuals face suspension or revocation of their professional licenses after criminal allegations. Now, not only are they dealing with defending their license, but they also have to address the criminal repercussions of the case as well.
At the law firm of Hark and Hark, our lawyers provide aggressive defense to clients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who are dealing with the potential loss of their licenses. Some types of licensed or certified professionals we represent include:
- Real estate agents
- Insurance agents
You Need To Act Quickly
After an arrest or at the beginning of a criminal investigation, you should seek advice and guidance from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Without counsel, you are taking a large risk with your future and could face a number of ongoing consequences.
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24-Hour Criminal Law Hotline
Get in touch with us as soon as you suspect criminal charges are possible so that we can intervene and immediately start to structure your defense. Our lawyers are experienced at representing clients in board hearings and can walk you through the process so that you know what you expect.
Your Right To Remain Silent
The Fifth Amendment states that you do not have to incriminate yourself by discussing the charges that you are facing. You have the right to legal counsel and do not have to speak to anyone until you get an attorney. It is almost always better to exercise your right to remain silent rather than say something that law enforcement, or a licensing board, may twist into an incriminating statement.
Contact us today or call 215-665-0766 to take a step toward protecting your future. We can assist you in handling the criminal and administrative sides of your licensing matters. We are located in Philadelphia, King of Prussia and Cherry Hill.