New Cumberland, Pennsylvania Lawyers
Pennsylvania Attorney with 30 years experience
- (610) 981-1006
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- (518) 336-7378
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After graduating law school, I clerked at the Office of the Public Defender for Allegheny County and later became an Associate Counsel at the Allegheny County Office of Conflict Counsel. Serving at...
I grew up in suburban Pittsburgh in a blue collar family with connections to the region’s rich history of steel mills and construction. I was instilled with working class ethics and values that continues to embody me today — and that I recognize and appreciate in many of the people I represents in the criminal court system.
I believe passionately that the basic principles the Founders of our Great Nation set forth regarding the rights of people accused of crimes are worth upholding and...
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