Delaware County Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD)
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Accelerated rehabilitative disposition, or ARD, is a program for first-time offenders of committing minor crimes. This program allows individuals to complete certain rehabilitative programs instead of receiving criminal penalties. Upon successful completion of the program, the underlying charge is dismissed and can be expunged.
All in all, ARD is a great opportunity for individuals to avoid jail time and a criminal record. If you or a loved one has been accused of a crime and you need to know whether ARD is a viable option, a Media criminal defense lawyer can provide sound guidance. The Law Offices of Scott L. Kramer, P.C., defends individuals throughout Southeast Pennsylvania against all types of criminal charges.
Eligibility for Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition
If you have been accused of any of the following charges, you may qualify for ARD:
The above list is not all-inclusive. Generally speaking, people accused of
violent crimes or felonies are not eligible for ARD.
Our Media criminal defense attorney, Scott L. Kramer, has nearly a decade of experience as a defense attorney in Delaware County. With this experience, our firm can let you know immediately whether you are a candidate for ARD. If you are eligible, the Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C. will take all appropriate steps necessary to help you gain entry to ARD. If you are not eligible, Scott will provide a tough, strategic defense designed to help minimize the possible consequences of your criminal charge.
Call us today at (610) 595-4640 to schedule your free initial consultation.