A Background In Forensic Chemistry

In a criminal defense trial, sometimes the only thing standing between you and significant jail time is the court's interpretation of any available forensic evidence. Because of this, it's crucially important that your attorney have a comprehensive understanding of these tools, and be able to provide a nuanced interpretation of lab results.

Michael Marinaro Worked At The FBI

Before Mr. Marinaro became a lawyer, he was a forensic chemist at the FBI for 10 years. It would be challenging to find an attorney in Pennsylvania who has a similar background. Forensic evidence can take many forms, and it's important that your attorney knows exactly how strong the evidence is or is not, and the places where such evidence is weak or incomplete. Some forms of such analysis include:

  • Fingerprints
  • Blood analysis
  • DNA testing
  • Firearms testing
  • Forensic toxicology

Mr. Marinaro's unique combination of scientific knowledge and legal experience make him a powerful advocate for those facing criminal charges. Your attorney could have all the legal accolades in the world, but if he or she lacks the knowledge to correctly interpret forensic evidence, your case could be in trouble.

Make The Wise Choice

If you've already been charged with a crime, the decisions you make now about how you'll defend yourself carry a lot of weight. To consult with a lawyer with exceptional forensic analysis skills, call our Lancaster office today at 717-406-1794 or toll free at 866-614-6520, or use our online contact form to start the process.