About Wana Saadzoi Law

Criminal Attorney and Immigration Lawyer

Attorney Wana Saadzoi

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Wana Saadzoi, Esq.

A Former Prosecutor With Over 14 Years of Positive Case Results.

“I will not be like other lawyers and make promises to make you feel good and hire me; I will tell you the truth and show you real cases where I have won positive and successful results. You can choose what type of lawyer you want.”

Attorney Saadzoi is an aggressive criminal defense attorney, focusing on DUI law, drug crimes, sex crimes, and theft. She works to keep her clients’ records clean and fights for their charges to be reduced dramatically or dropped altogether.

She is also an experienced and knowledgeable immigration attorney who strives to keep families together and ensure that immigrants fully understand their rights and their ability to exercise them under U.S. law.

Attorney Wana Saadzoi

My law firm, Wana Saadzoi Law, has built a reputation for successfully representing clients needing help with criminal defense law and immigration matters.

Please read our client reviews and our 10 out of 10 rating on Avvo.

Because of my unique background and experiences, I am not only qualified and experienced to represent you, but I also have the ambition and drive to build a strong case for you and get positive results for you and your family.

My family immigrated here when I was young and I have had to work hard to get to where I am today. Before starting my own law practice in 2009, I worked as a public defender and prosecutor in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

Today, Saadzoi Law has offices in Delaware County, Chester County, and Montgomery County.

I use the deep knowledge I gained from being an attorney (on both sides of the law) to better serve my clients and help families stay together.

In addition to speaking Farsi, Dari, and French, Spanish translation services can be provided.

Contact Wana Saadzoi Law at 610-566-5956 to schedule an appointment.

Credit cards are accepted.


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