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Criminal Defense Attorney in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania

Are You in Trouble with The Law? Arrested?

Stay Silent and Request to Call CDM Law.

Defend your rights, defend your liberty, and obtain justice, with a firm that believes in fighting for our clients in a justice system filled with injustice. With a former prosecutor and experienced criminal defense attorneys, we are here to defend your rights. We have the trial experience to help you. Call us today for a consultation. Our office is in Conshohocken, Montgomery County, PA.


“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you. Do you understand the rights I have just read to you? With these rights in mind, do you wish to speak to me?”

Response: I wish to speak to my attorney. Stay silent and call CDM Law.

Remember: The Miranda warnings only apply when you are in custody and subject to interrogation. Do not volunteer any information. A warrant is generally required for a search and/or seizure.

Innocent Until Proven Guilty – we are presumed innocent until the prosecuting authority can prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, however, if you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense it sure doesn’t seem as if you are “innocent until proven guilty”. Let us help you fight for your innocence, restore your liberty, and help provide justice. Whether a loved one has been arrested for a criminal offense or you yourself are in need of a criminal defense attorney, you need CDM Law. With years of experience and extensive knowledge in areas such as:

  • Assault

  • Aggravated Assault

  • Drug Offenses

  • PWID

  • Sex Crimes

  • DUI’s

  • Drugged Driving

  • Homicide

  • Robbery

  • Burglary

  • Retail Theft

  • Theft

  • Cannabis

  • License Suspensions

  • Traffic Offenses

  • Theft Offenses

  • And much more!

CDM Law strives to get you the results you want and the criminal defense you need. If you are in trouble with the law – call CDM LAW.


Basic Criminal Law Suggestions:

  • If you are being questioned by the police or are confronted by the police, ask “am I under arrest?” If the answer is no, then remain silent and leave. If the answer is yes, then remain silent and call CDM LAW.

  • If you are being investigated by the police or are called in for questioning, bring an attorney – do not go alone. Act in accordance with your constitutional rights and hire an Attorney before talking to the police or giving any statement. Everything you say to the police is and will be used against you.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Representation for Criminal Charges, Probation Violations, Parole Violations, Detainers, Modification of Bail, Jury Trials, Expungement, Pardons, Expedited Medical Marijuana Pardons, Accelerated Rehabilitative dispositions, Bench Trials, Grand Jury Proceedings, Police Questioning, 3802, Hemp, CBD, Assault, Theft, DUI, Violent Crimes, Wire Cases, Section 17, Sentencing, and all other criminal and related matters. CDM LAW is your PENNSYLVANIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE FIRM!

Stages of a Criminal Proceeding

  • Arrest

  • Charge

  • Preliminary Hearing

  • Court of Common Pleas – pre-trial matters (discovery, motions, etc.)

  • Court of Common Pleas – Trial  (Jury/ Bench Trial)

  • Appeal

You don’t want to go through this system alone – you need CDM LAW.

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Basic Criminal Law Requirements

Every criminal case requires a Mens Rea and an Actus Reus. Essentially the Commonwealth must prove an act consistent with a state of mind (intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, etc.). However, there are certain offenses that do not require a state of mind, per se statutes, like speeding. A defendant can be charged with his/her own acts, or the acts of another (accomplice liability/ conspiracy). Further, one can even be charged for not completing an act under an “Attempt” theory.

When you are being investigated or have been charged with a crime, you need to exercise your important constitutional rights: (1) REMAIN SILENT; and (2) HIRE AN ATTORNEY. Always be courteous to law enforcement, but don’t speak to them without an attorney present. Remain silent and request to call CDM LAW and get the CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY you need.

If you are being investigated or have been charged with a crime, then you need an attorney with experience and skills to help you get justice. Each criminal case requires a unique strategy, but sometimes that requires offering evidence and witnesses to confirm what we already know – that you are NOT GUILTY! CDM LAW has years of experience in the District Attorney’s Office as a former prosecutor and a lifetime of exposure to the Criminal Justice system, CDM LAW has the EXPERIENCE and SKILLS to DEFEND YOUR CASE.

Marijuana Expedited Pardon Review Program

Eligibility: The criminal convictions that are eligible for this program include the following:

  • Possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use;

  • Possession of a small amount of marijuana with the intent to distribute;

  • The distribution of a small amount of marijuana but not for sale;

  • (Paraphernalia-related offenses) – Any marijuana-specific conviction relating to the possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; the delivery of or possession with intent to deliver or manufacture with intent to deliver drug paraphernalia; or the unlawful advertisement/promotion of sale of drug paraphernalia;

  • Criminal conspiracy (relating to an underlying marijuana-specific offense)

  • Marijuana-related DUIs incurred by lawful medical marijuana cardholders in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Applicants would be required to produce proof that they were lawful medical marijuana cardholders at the time of their offense);

  • Any felony conviction for possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance (marijuana only); and

  • Any marijuana-specific conviction that the Secretary of BOP deems appropriate.

  • Exceptions: The following individuals shall be deemed ineligible to apply for an expedited review:

  • Anyone that has not yet been convicted of a marijuana-specific offense in a court of competent jurisdiction;

  • Anyone that is currently enrolled in, or has completed the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program;

  • Anyone who possesses a criminal conviction classified as a violent offense;

  • Anyone who possesses a conviction for driving under the influence of marijuana; and

  • Anyone convicted of driving under the influence of marijuana who was not a lawful medical marijuana cardholder in Pennsylvania at the time of the incident.

  • Any prospective applicant who at the time of submission is incarcerated for an offense that is unrelated to the conviction(s) for which they are seeking expedited relief.

  • Any individual’s application that the Secretary deems to be unsuitable for expedited review.

ADD’L Prohibitions: Applicants shall only be permitted to submit one application for clemency at a time. However, an applicant reserves the right to withdraw a pending clemency application if they wish to apply for an expedited review instead. BOP is also in the process of analyzing applications that have already been submitted to our agency to determine if they meet our desired criteria. Learn more »

Don’t forget to clean your record with Expungement, Limited Access, and Pardons! Call us to see if you are eligible.

 Important Pennsylvania Legal Decisions

Commonwealth v. Alexander, 243 A.3d 177, 181 (Pa. 2020)- The Supreme Court, Donohue, J., held that warrantless vehicle searches require both probable cause and exigent circumstances under the state constitution, overruling Commonwealth v. Gary, 625 Pa. 183, 91 A.3d 102.

Commonwealth v. Barr, 2020 PA Super 236, 240 A.3d 1263 (Pa. Super. Ct. 2020) Holding that the odor of marijuana is relevant to the overall determination of whether probable cause existed for a warrantless search; the odor of marijuana alone, without anything else, is not sufficient to justify a warrantless search under the Fourth Amendment.