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Harrisburg Criminal Defense Attorneys

Proudly Serving Dauphin, Cumberland & All Surrounding Counties

Foreman & Caraciolo, PC has roots totaling 50+ years in Dauphin County and Cumberland County. Since our firm was established, our founding criminal defense attorneys have developed a reputation for experienced and trusted legal counsel in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and the surrounding communities.

Harrisburg, PA criminal defense attorneys Joseph Caraciolo, Bruce Foreman, and Gerard Mangieri can handle a broad range of matters on your behalf, whether you are facing criminal charges or dealing with family law issues. Our professional, diligent, and hardworking advisers have won many cases as a result of their efforts and influence.

Seasoned Advocates and Premier Legal Service

We take pride in the fact that past attorneys who have served with our firm have gone on to become local government officials, judges, Congress members, and members of the state legislature.

Throughout our years in practice, our legal team has handled several lawsuits across all state court levels. We also have permission to try cases in many federal courts, from the United States Supreme Court to the Middle and Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Third Court of Appeals.

Providing Comprehensive Legal Guidance Since 1950

Aggressive Representation

Our firm handles a complete range of matters in the areas of criminal law, estate planning, and family law. We extend our personalized legal services to clients throughout Dauphin County and Cumberland County.

When you turn to us, we devote ourselves to keeping frequent lines of communication open and remaining accessible to you at all times.

Conveniently located across from the Dauphin County Courthouse, you are more than welcome to schedule a meeting at our office to discuss your case.

Meet Our Attorneys

We Care About Our Clients

Client Testimonials

  • “Thanks to the great job Mr. Caraciolo did we were able to fight false charges against and clear or names. Also helped us to improve our granddaughter's life. ”

    Previous Client

  • “Mr. Caraciolo has represented our family in a few matters, and every time we have used him, the results were positive. We highly recommend him.”

    Previous Client

  • “A very hard working attorney who is there for you.”

    Pam M.

  • “He was friendly and professional and worked very hard to achieve my desired outcome.”

    Shendi

  • “I highly recommend Attorney Caraciolo! He will be dedicated to your case and be there when you need him! ”

    Previous Client

  • Cumberland County Bar Association
  • Super lawyers rising star 2013
  • NORML
  • Pennsylvania Association of criminal defense lawyers
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

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How Our Attorneys Handle Your Case

What to Expect When You Hire Our Firm

Every case we handle receives the personalized attention and individualized care deserved. Trust that we keep your best interests in mind. Our criminal defense lawyers are devoted to bringing peace of mind to our clients, as we know how sensitive legal matters can be. We do just that by keeping the lines of communication open and navigating them through the justice system in a way that helps them make informed decisions the entire way through.

What Should I Do if I've Been Arrested?

Just because you've been arrested, it does not mean you've been convicted or will be convicted of a crime. Your first move should be to call a criminal defense lawyer to come and represent your best interests during this crucial time.

Remember that if you are arrested, you have certain legal rights, which include the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, the right to a trial by jury or judge, and others. You are not obligated to answer any questions by law enforcement, and it is usually in your best interests to remain silent so that nothing you say can be used against you later.

You do not need to consent to a search of your vehicle or home unless law enforcement presents a valid search warrant. Without a warrant, they need “probable cause” to legally search your property, but you have the right to refuse that search. Instead, contact a lawyer for advisement.

With a skilled lawyer by your side, you stand a stronger chance of meeting a favorable outcome, whether we negotiate a plea bargain, fight for dismissal, or fight for reduced charges. Contact the Harrisburg criminal defense attorneys at Foreman & Caraciolo, PC today!

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Where We Care About Your Future
  1. We have a previous district attorney on our legal team.
  2. Our firm has proudly served the area since 1950.
  3. We handle a full range of legal matters, from criminal and DUI cases to complex family law matters.
  4. We are committed to maintaining accessibility and frequent lines of communication with our clients.
  5. Our office is conveniently located across from the Dauphin County Courthouse. Come visit us anytime.
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