Reliable Handling Of Sensitive Child Endangerment Cases

Under Pennsylvania law, child endangerment can happen in many ways. Leaving a child unattended in a vehicle, serving alcohol to an underage driver, leaving a young child unsupervised in an unsafe area, allowing a child to live in unhealthy or dangerous conditions, drunk driving with a child in the vehicle and failing to intervene when you witness child abuse are just a few possible examples.

In the context of a sex crime, if you are aware of a child being sexually abused and you don’t do anything to stop it, you can face charges of child endangerment. You could also face charges if you contribute to or condone the production of pornographic images of children. These are felony offenses that carry serious penalties if you are convicted. No matter what the circumstances surrounding the incident that led to your charges, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified lawyer.

Defending Your Freedom In Child Endangerment Cases Involving The Sexual Abuse Of A Minor

At Bellwoar Kelly, LLP, our West Chester child endangerment defense attorneys have a great deal of experience representing people facing charges in these types of cases. Particularly in cases involving the alleged sexual abuse of a child, prosecutors are highly motivated to obtain convictions. They are extremely aggressive in their approach and will often attempt to pile on ancillary charges that have little, if anything, to do with your case.

We will work closely with you to gain a complete understanding of the incident that led to your arrest and the circumstances surrounding it. We will conduct a complete investigation into your case. We will work to identify any flaws in the prosecution’s evidence and use them to present a stronger defense on your behalf.

Discuss Your Criminal Defense Needs With One Of Our Attorneys

Contact our office to discuss your child endangerment case with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation where you can get your questions answered and get more information about your legal options. You can reach us by phone at 610-314-7066 or via email to schedule an appointment.