Bucks County, PA. DUI, Drug, Assault Criminal Defense Attorney – Keith McAndrews Legal
Bucks County is one of the first counties to be established in Pennsylvania in 1682 by William Penn. William Penn named the county after Buckingham, the County in which he lived in England at the time. Penn then built a country residence called the Pennsbury Manor in Falls Township, Bucks County PA. Some areas in Bucks County were named after locations in Buckingham, England including Buckingham Township, the town of Chalfont, which is named after Chalfont Giles, the parish home of William Penn’s first wife and home of the Jordan Quaker Meeting House, where William Penn is buried. Salisbury Township was named after Solesbury City in England, and another town called Wycombe was named after the English town of High Wycombe. Bucks County was much larger years ago than it is today.
Drug Crimes in Pennsylvania
Drug crimes are among the most commonly prosecuted offenses in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania. The consequences of a drug conviction can be far-reaching and may include mandatory jail time, significant court costs and fines and loss of your driving privileges. A conviction for a drug offense may also severely impact your future personal, professional and educational opportunities.
Keith McAndrews Legal has defended individuals charged with every type of drug crime from a low-level controlled substance possession offense to charges involving hand-to-hand drug delivery, wide-scale drug trafficking enterprises, marijuana grow operations and the operation of illegal drug manufacturing labs.