Richard S. Roberts Jr., Esq.
Philosophy:“The Constitution guarantees criminal defendants’ a meaningful opportunity to present a complete defense.” Attorney Roberts believes in this principal, and fights every day to protect his clients’ constitutional rights. Whether it is a traffic ticket or the most serious felony each and every client gets his full attention, his hard work, and his dedication. Attorney Roberts always remembers that in the end it is the clients’ lives that are affected and he makes sure that for your case he will use all his knowledge, skill, and experience to fight for the best possible outcome.
Attorney Roberts earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, PA. Upon graduation, Attorney Roberts began his first career in the logistics industry.
After five years of working in the logistics industry, he decided to return to school and attended Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, DE. While there Attorney Roberts was an Articles Editor for the Widener Law Review and a Vice President of the Widener Moot Court Honor Society. He graduated magna cum laude from Widener and was ranked 5th out of 236 students.
When outside of work, Attorney Roberts enjoys spending time with his wife and his family.
DUI Certificates and Training
I was quite impressed with Atty Richards' cross examination at my preliminary hearing this morning. Having thoroughly researched the McShane Firm, as well as, Richards (following my initial conversation with him on the phone), I am confident that retaining Richards to defend me throughout this case is the right decision.
I would like to commend you and Attorney Roberts for your professional handling of my case. From start to finish you two as a team were polite, knowledgeable, and gave me a sense of hope/confidence. Thanks to your help, I was able to negotiate a plea to keep my drivers license, and my fine was halved. Considering the severity of being charged with a third underage drinking offense, I believe this outcome was the best I could have hoped for. I am extremely grateful for your service and I wish you two the best in all future endeavors. You will be my first recommendation to any peers of mine who get themselves into trouble as I did. Best, E.W. (College Station)
E.W. - Third Underage Drinking Offense