New Port Richey Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Attorney
Frank P Bianco, P.A. has been helping protect the rights of the residents of New Port Richey for over 20 years. We’re a local, personable law firm that really cares about our clients and helping them reduce or eliminate their charges.
New Port Richey Criminal Defense Attorney
As a criminal defense attorney, I am constantly in court, and there is no case too large or too small, or too basic or complex for me to handle when you or a family member faces criminal charges such as:
- Check Fraud
- Domestic Violence
- Driving On A Suspended License
- Juvenile Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Shoplifting & Petty Theft
- Expunging Criminal Records
- Probation Violations
- Traffic Violations
- Drug Crimes
- Forfeiture Due To Drug Possession
- Marijuana Charges
- Prescription Drugs
As a criminal defense attorney, I am constantly in court, fighting for the rights of clients facing various drug charges in New Port Richey, including:
- Drug Trafficking
- Prescription Medications
Including also arrests and charges for Cocaine, Crack, Methamphetamine, Heroin, Ecstasy and LSD.
New Port Richey Personal Injury & Accident Attorney
The law firm of Frank P. Bianco, P.A., offers you relief from the struggles you face in the aftermath of a serious or fatal accident caused by the negligence of another. Since 1991, I have been assisting individuals and families throughout the New Port Richey area with their recoveries from all types of negligence claims, including:
- Dog Bites
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Personal Injury Protection Insurance
- Premises Liability Claims
- Slip-And-Fall Accidents
- Traumatic Injuries
- Burns & Electrocutions
- Fatal Accidents
- Wrongful Death Claim
Have You Been Arrested In New Port Richey And Need A Defense Attorney?
Use our form below to ask us a question, you can also call us at (727) 843-0097
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About The Town of New Port Richey, FL
New Port Richey is a city in Pasco County, Florida, United States. It is a suburban city included in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.
By 1914 the area around Orange Lake was being called “new Port Richey” and the older part of Port Richey was called “old Port Richey.” In 1915 a separate post office was established for the residents of the southern part of Port Richey. The post office was named New Port Richey, and the name became official.
New Port Richey has four high schools, also the location of a campus of Pasco-Hernando State College and Keiser University.