Michael L. Doyle focuses upon criminal defense work and is well versed in the courtroom. Mr. Doyle is also experienced with appeals and post-trial work for those that have been wrongly convicted. Meet with Mr. Doyle today to see how he can help you.
Michael L. Doyle is an attorney that focuses on litigation, particularly in the area of criminal law. Mr. Doyle has been successful at trial in numerous criminal matters, during suppression motions, appeals and post conviction matters. These cases have ranged from violent crimes, drug offenses, traffic violations, sexual offenses and drunk driving DUI matters. If you have a matter that you need assistance with, call Mr. Doyle to discuss how he can help you.
1429 Walnut Street, Suite 1301
Michael L. Doyle is particularly experienced in the area of criminal law. Mr. Doyle has been successful at all stages of the criminal process. These cases have included violent crimes, sexual offenses, drug offenses, and drunk driving DUI matters.
Michael L. Doyle began his career prosecuting juveniles accused of criminal behavior for the Attorney Generals office. Mr. Doyle has been involved in cases involving violent crimes ranging from simple assault cases to homicide. Mr. Doyle has tried numerous assault cases including aggravated assaults and cases involving weapons. Mr. Doyle has prepared numerous appeals and post conviction actions to assist those already convicted of criminal offenses.
Here in Philadelphia, drug offenses are extremely common and the penalties can be severe. Mr. Doyle is experienced in both defending simple possession cases and those involving sales of large quantities of drugs.
Whatever you are facing, Mr. Doyle can help.
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