Bishop Law LLC aggressively defends its clients against criminal charges and is committed to achieving the best possible results in every case.  If you've been charged with a crime in Western Pennsylvania, call or text Bishop Law today at (412) 589-9422 and put our experience and proven track record of success to work for you.

The results listed below are real case results from criminal cases litigated by Attorney Adam Bishop. For client confidentiality purposes, names and case details are excluded.

  • Commonwealth v. M.J. - Charges: Felon Not to Possess a Firearm and Possession With Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance
    • Client, a convicted felon prohibited from possessing a firearm, accused of storing a rifle in his bedroom closet and selling heroin.  Client facing up to 20 years in state prison.
    • Result: Not Guilty - Jury Trial
  • Commonwealth v. A.B. - Four Felony Robbery Cases
    • Client accused of robbing four pharmacies for prescription medication. Client facing a combined sentence of more than 70 years in state prison.
    • Result: Client Sentenced to Probation
  • Commonwealth v. A.J. - Charges: Attempted Rape, Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Indecent Assault
    • Client, who had never been in trouble before, accused of inviting the alleged victim to his home and forcing her to perform sexual acts on him against her will.  Client facing decades in state prison and lifetime sex offender registration if convicted.
    • Result: Not Guilty of All Charges - Jury Trial
  • Commonwealth v. M.M. - Charges: Homicide, Robbery, Criminal Conspiracy
    • Client was a juvenile charged as an adult and facing life in prison if tried and convicted in adult court.
    • Result: Client's Case Transferred to Juvenile Court After Successfully Litigated Decertification Hearing
  • Commonwealth v. M.R. - Charges: Robbery and Aggravated Assault
    • Client accused of robbing the alleged victim at gunpoint and assaulting him with the butt of the gun. Client facing up to 20 years in state prison if convicted.
    • Result: Not Guilty - Jury Trial
  • Commonwealth v. E.H. - Four Felony Cases - Charges: Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Fleeing and Eluding Police, and Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance
    • Client had four separate felony cases and was facing a combined sentence of more than 50 years in state prison.
    • Result: Client Sentenced to Probation
  • Commonwealth v. D.B. - Charges: Felon Not to Possess a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm with an Altered Manufacturer's Number, Carrying a Firearm Without a License, and Receiving Stolen Property
    • Client, a convicted felon prohibited from possessing a firearm, accused of carrying a stolen gun with an altered manufacturer's number in the trunk of his car. Client facing up to 38 years in state prison if covicted.
    • Result: Charges Withdrawn After Attorney Bishop Filed a Motion to Suppress Evidence Alleging an Illegal Search of Client's Car
  • Commonwealth v. K.M. - Charges: Indecent Assault, Endangering the Welfare of Children, Corruption of Minors
    • Client accused of inappropriately touching his stepdaughter.  Client facing up to 12 years in state prison and 15 years of sex offender registration if convicted.
    • Result: Not Guilty - Jury Trial
  • Commonwealth v. L.P. - Charges: Robbery, Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, Theft by Unlawful Taking
    • Client accused of robbing a Family Dollar by threatening store employees while claiming to be in possession of a firearm.  Client facing up to 40 years in state prison.
    • Result: Client Sentenced to Probation
  • Commonwealth v. T.G. - Charges: Felon Not to Possess a Firearm
    • Client, a convicted felon prohibited from possessing a firearm, accused of hiding a firearm in a piece of furniture. Client facing up to 10 years in state prison.
    • Result: Not Guilty - Jury Trial
  • Commonwealth v. G.B. - Charge: Robbery (Felony of the First Degree)
    • Client accused of robbing the alleged victim at gunpoint and facing up to 20 years in state prison if convicted.
    • Result: Charges Withdrawn