Real Trial Lawyer. Real Trial Results.
When you face the possibility of lengthy jail time, losing your job, public humiliation and a criminal record, you need need a criminal defense attorney with the experience and tenacity to fight the government every step of the way. You need an attorney who isn't afraid to take your case to trial and win!
Troy R. Crichton, Esq. first honed his courtroom skills fighting for the poor of Philadelphia as a criminal defense trial attorney with the Defender's Association of Philadelphia, one of the premier Public Defense organizations in the United States. At the Defender's Association, Troy quickly rose through the ranks to Major Jury trials where he represented individuals looking at decades in prison. Troy has tried thousands of misdemeanor and felony cases. In both private and public sector, Troy has tried and WON some of the most complex criminal cases, including:
Insurance Fraud (18 Pa.C.S. 4117)
Arson (18 Pa.C.S 3301)(18 Pa.C.S 3302)
Forgery and Bad Checks (18 Pa.C.S. 4101) (18 Pa.C.S. 4105) (18 Pa.C.S. 4106)
First, Second, and Third Degree Robbery (18 Pa.C.S. 3701)
White Collar Crimes
Juvenile Delinquency Matters
PFA's and Restraining Orders
Professional licensing defense
When Your Liberty Is At Stake, Philadelphia Criminal Defense Lawyer Troy R. Crichton, Esq. Gets Results.
Commonwealth v. T.J., Philadelphia Possession with Intent to Distribute (PWID) and Gun Charges (VUFA) - Motion to Suppress Granted/Charges Dismissed
Client was arrested in a house with over 30 lbs of marijuana, hundreds of THC cartilages, $15,000.00 in cash and a handgun with an obliterated serial number. Attorney Crichton was able to show that the house the police had raided was a duplex and the probable cause for the downstairs was not sufficient to execute a warrant on the upstairs unit. All charges were dismissed.
Commonwealth v. E.S., Philadelphia Jury: Rape & Sexual Assault - Not Guilty
Client was arrested for allegations of sexual assault. He was arrested and taken to jail even though he never had any prior police contact. After spending a month in jail with an extremely high bail, Attorney Crichton got his bail reduced and he was released. Over the next 12 months, Attorney Crichton fought at all stages of the proceeding and eventually secured a resounding not guilty and vindication for his client who had always maintained his innocence after a three day jury trial.
Commonwealth v. E.J., Philadelphia Jury: Possession With Intent to Distribute and related offenses - Not Guilty
Client was arrested by Philadelphia police after they supposedly used a confidential informant to purchase drugs from client via cellphone. Despite, the police having the Defendant’s cellphone and the house under surveillance at the time of the supposed “buy,” Attorney Crichton was able to convince a jury that he was not dealing drugs out of the home resulting in a Not Guilty.
Commonwealth v. T.S., Montgomery County: Felony Theft & Access Device Fraud - Charges Dismissed
Client was accused of filing fraudulent returns at a Montgomery County retail store in excess of $10,000.00. Attorney Crichton was able to immediately get the lead charge dropped at the Preliminary Hearing and negotiate an Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (“ARD”).
Commonwealth v. S.R., Delaware County: Assault & Theft - Charges Dismissed
Client was accused of theft and assault following a bar fight at a Delaware County bar. However, she was merely in the wrong place at the wrong time. The Delaware Country District Attorney’s Office refused her Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (“ARD”) several time. Attorney Crichton contacted the First Assistant District Attorney of Delaware County and met with him in person to convince him of his client’s merit. Attorney Crichton’s client was accepted for ARD and the charges dismissed.
Commonwealth v. M.S., Philadelphia Jury: Rape & Sexual Assault - Not Guilty
Client was accused of sexually assaulting a young woman after going on several dates. He was incarcerated for 10 months awaiting his trial. After a three day jury trial, Attorney Crichton was able to show that she fabricated allegations after she thought the Defendant had left the house with her belongings. The case resulted in a not guilty on all charges
Philadelphia Criminal Defense Lawyer Troy Crichton
Attorney Crichton understands the fear uncertainty and panic that can overwhelm someone accused of a crime. That's why Troy is always available for a free case consultation at 267-225-3317.
Troy represented Clarence Thompson in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and confirmed his innocence with a resounding "Not Guilty" at his criminal trial. This outstanding result allowed Clarence to seek justice against Philadelphia Police Officer Michael Outlaw as written about by VICE Magazine.