CHARITY GRIMM KRUPA, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Knowledgeable Attorney for Your Many Legal Needs
Charity Grimm Krupa, Attorney at Law, provides excellence and effectiveness in her law practice. A tenacious fighter for civil rights, Charity works hard to protect individuals whose rights have been violated. She also offers clients effective criminal defense strategies. She takes the time to work with individual clients and their families, offering home, office, and hospital visits to those who are injured. Charity is the knowledgeable attorney to call in Southwest Pennsylvania for your many legal needs.
Charity and her husband, Briak J. Krupa, reside in Springhill Township with their three children.
Dedication to the Community & Protecting Our Rights
Charity Grimm Krupa is an Albert Gallatin graduate who received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Pennsylvania State University, and her Juris Doctorate from West Virginia College of Law. After law school, Charity worked as a law clerk in the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas before opening her own law office in Smithfield.
Charity maintains a general practice of law; however, her passion for justice compels her to continue to advocate for citizens experiencing civil rights violations. Serving as an Assistant Fayette County Public Defender afforded Charity the opportunity to represent indigent individuals facing criminal charges. During her time in the Public Defender’s office, Charity gained valuable courtroom and trial experience.
Community Involvement in the News
The Herald-Standard features these articles showing Charity Grimm Krupa’s community involvement and other matters in local news:
- AG school directors questioned over property sale
- Grimm Krupa announces candidacy for district judge
- Shimshock unofficial winner in Masontown MDJ race
- Masontown MDJ candidates talk efficiency conflicts and specialty courts
- Masontown MDJ candidates on video arraignments night court and warrant
- Masontown MDJ candidates discuss truancy bail
- AG school director questions board president, superintendent over lease
- Election results from Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties