With over two decades of experience focusing on criminal defense law, I’ve seen firsthand how devastating a criminal conviction can be on a person’s life. That’s why I’ve dedicated my practice to providing the highest level of legal guidance and representation to anyone in need. No matter what challenges you’re up against, I aim to find you a solution.
A criminal record is more than just a record of convictions. I can help you explore what can be done about your record.
I’ve worked to secure scores of Governors’ pardons for my clients, providing them with a fresh start and a clean slate.
Getting an expungement can improve job opportunities and even help you secure a home. Together, we can go over all your options.
My client was charged with robbery, aggravated assault, conspiracy, REAP, attempted theft and weapons offenses. Case proceeded to jury.
My client was arrested and charged with drug trafficking offenses after he ran from police. Defendant faced state prison time. John filed pre-trial motions.
My client wrongfully accused of insurance fraud, forgery and related offenses after police discovered fake documents in a car that he was driving, but did not own. The case eventually proceeded to trial
I found John through a Google search. That was the day I knew my life would change for the best!! My experience was nothing more than professional and encouraging. He went above and beyond to prepare me for my court date. Thank you John for all your hard work and dedication to my case. I am truly grateful!
Mr. John Della Rocca and his staff got me through a very rough time in my case proceedings. His office was highly professional and responsive and he kept me informed throughout the process. Mr. Della Rocca law is the place to start in the scary, emotional, and stressful expungement process.
I am pleased to share I am overly satisfied with the outcome of my case which was represented by Mr. John Della Rocca. He looked into my case and obtained justifiable documents to support his argument in my case. With his efforts and work my case was thrown out. I would refer John Rocca to represent anyone.
In the state of Pennsylvania, DUI convictions can remain on your record for 10 years. During that time, the conviction will be counted against you if you are ever convicted of another DUI. Fortunately, DUI convictions can be cleared from your record if you have a skilled attorney to walk you through the process.
In Pennsylvania, you can be convicted of a DUI if you’re operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content level over 0.08%. For a first time offender, you can only be sent to jail if your BAC level is over 0.10%. A typical jail sentence can vary between two to three days depending on your BAC level.
If you are under the age of 21, the maximum blood-alcohol level you can have in your system while operating a vehicle is 0.02%. The DUI penalties for individuals under 21 can be very strict. They can include a mandatory license suspension for up to 12 months and a fine ranging from $500 to $5,000.