Preparation is Everything: A Reputation built upon Experience in the Courtroom
There is a saying that "Reputation is everything," and a reputation has to be built upon a solid foundation. In criminal defense, that foundation is built after many hours of preparation and experience in courtrooms. Attorney Reish has earned his reputation as a top rated criminal defense lawyer by taking seriously his preparation for each case. Reputation is preparation and he makes sure that each case gets the attention it deserves.
Attorney Reish can assist with your criminal case, contact him at (570) 421-2300.
Each County's Court of Common Pleas is different and properly handling cases requires local knowledge. Therefore, having real life experience before these courts matters in a criminal defense case. When Attorney Reish is in state court, he primarily practices before the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County (with an office in Stroudsburg), and also in Pike County. He has tried cases before judge's and juries of these courts and handled pretrial motions. When he handles cases in counties other than these for clients interested in using his services elsewhere in the Commonwealth, he relies on a network of attorneys familiar with these other counties to assist him in providing the best representation possible, and he has handled cases throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Not all criminal defense attorneys handle federal cases, Attorney Reish has handled federal cases before the Courts of the Middle District of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and Williamsport for more than a decade. During that time he has worked against Assistant US Attorneys handling cases in those courts. He has taken felony cases to trial in the Middle District of Pennsylvania when required, has litigated suppression motions, has represented clients before grand juries, and has negotiated satisfactory outcome for many clients. He regularly appears before Federal Judges in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. Attorney Reish enjoys the opportunity to practice before federal courts and makes it a substantial part of his practice.