KENDRA I. MCCRAE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW LLC
1635 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
If you or someone you know has been accused of the alleged commission of a violent crime such as aggravated assault, homicide or manslaughter, call today for a free consultation. Ms. McCrae is a former prosecutor with 14 years of experience providing her with the required knowledge and skill you deserve if you are seeking the best result for you or your loved ones’ criminal matter.
The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution allows most citizens the right to keep and bear arms. However, this right is by no means absolute and carries with it many constraints which, if not adhered to, can carry hefty penalties. We handle any case pertaining to alleged weapons violations. Therefore, contact us today if you have any questions about your right to carry weapons.
If you or someone you know has been injured as the result of an individual or business’ negligence and you desire the zealous services of experienced and intelligent counsel by your side on your journey to justice, please contact the law office of Kendra I. McCrae, Attorney-at-Law LLC for a free consultation. Since each personal injury case is different, we would meet with the injured party, discuss the nature and extent of any injuries suffered, how the incident occurred, how much time has elapsed since the incident and review the existence of any paperwork obtained thus far, to offer you the best possible strategy to employ when seeking the best result for your case.
If you or someone you know has been charged with a controlled substance violation and are facing imminent criminal prosecution, it is extremely important to now develop your defense for trial and explore possible plea bargain options, which could include serving your time inpatient at a drugs and alcohol rehabilitation center if you or your loved one wants sobriety. The experienced staff at Kendra I. McCrae, Attorney-at-Law LLC have a solid grasp of Pennsylvania’s drug laws thereby increasing your chances of success.
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