Law Office of
Scott N. Pletcher
With Offices In State College, I Serve Throughout Central Pennsylvania

Alcohol Offenses Attorney in State College, Pennsylvania Beer

Protecting Your Rights in Alcohol-Related Matters

Have you been arrested or charged with a criminal offense involving alcohol? Have you been arrested for underage drinking or for providing alcoholic beverages to minors? Though many of these offenses are considered less serious than misdemeanors, the consequences can still be significant. You want an experienced lawyer to protect your rights, one who routinely represents clients that have been cited for alcohol-related crimes.

Everybody makes mistakes. We can help you put yours behind you.

For experienced representation when you have been charged with an alcohol-related offense, contact the Law Office of Scott N. Pletcher , in State College. I have a comprehensive understanding of the laws and procedure governing summary offenses. I focus my practice on the representation of first and second time offenders, including students at Penn State University and other colleges in the area.

Experienced Defense of Alcohol-Related Charges

I handle the defense of a wide range of criminal charges involving alcohol, including:

  • Minors in possession or underage drinking
  • Public intoxication or drunkenness
  • Providing or supplying alcohol to a minor
  • Disorderly conduct involving alcohol
  • Harassment

As your lawyer, I will do more than simply protect your rights. I will communicate with you on a regular basis, making certain that you always understand the status of your case, your options moving forward, the consequences of the different choices you make, and the likelihood of achieving your objectives.

To schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation for criminal matters, or a small consultation fee for summary offenses, contact me by e-mail or call at 814-272-0303. My office is open Monday through Friday, from 8 am until 5 pm, and evenings and weekends by appointment. I am located at the corner of South Burrowes Street and Calder Way.

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