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The criminal defense lawyers of Bickerton & Bickerton are experienced trial attorneys who have practiced in Pittsburgh and throughout Western Pennsylvania.  Our attorneys are prepared to represent you at any stage of the criminal justice system to get you the best possible outcome for your case.

Bickerton & Bickerton represents clients throughout Western Pennsylvania including the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Fayette, Greene, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland.

Recent Articles

LAW NEWS: Pa Legislature changes retroactive effect of Adam Walsh Act

Blog, Blog Posts, In the News, Megan's Law, Sex Offender Registration, SORNA // 10.20.2014

On December 20, 2012, the Adam Walsh Act (SORNA) required many individuals who were convicted of sex offenses but not classified as violent sex offenders to begin registering as sexual offenders.  A new law passed in more »

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IN THE NEWS: PGH area man allegedly shoots and kills intruder

Blog, Blog Posts, Castle Doctrine, In the News // 09.17.2013

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that a Munhall, PA man shot and killed a man who had broken into his garage.  After calling 911, the homeowner informed the intruder that the police were more »

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IN THE NEWS: Drivers cited in Parkway North HOV Lane enforcement

Blog, Blog Posts, In the News, Traffic Ticket // 09.11.2013

WPXI reports that 60 Pittsburgh-area drivers received traffic citations for improper use of the carpool/high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane on the Parkway North.  Under the law, the HOV lane may only be used more »

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IN THE NEWS: Allegheny County DA explains right to videotape police

Blog, Blog Posts, Constitutional Rights, In the News // 08.20.2013

Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala issued a statement outlining the public’s right to videotape police officers. DA Zappala explained that a person has the right to videotape police officers who are more »

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