It is important to make proper objections during a Philadelphia murder trial. Criminal defense lawyer, David Nenner, made objections during a murder trial which later helped his client win his appeal.
Can a Philadelphia criminal lawyer be ineffective during plea bargaining? If so, what are the defendant’s options? File PCRA petitions? See answer here.
The recent decision of the Montgomery case have significant effects on PA inmates sentenced to life without parole as juveniles. They may file a PCRA petition asking the court to grant parole. Get latest here.
What effect does the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the Montgomery case have on PA inmates sentenced to life without parole as juveniles? See discussion by a Philadelphia criminal lawyer.
PA inmates who were sentenced to life in prison without parole as juveniles may have a chance to request a new sentencing hearing by filing a PCRA petition after the Montgomery ruling. Get the latest here.
One of the most common claims made in a PCRA petition by defendants is ineffective assistance of counsel. What does a defendant have to prove in order to prevail? Get answer here.
Many defendants who are convicted of a crime often do not know that there are different types of appeals. David Nenner, a Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer answers a question about PCRA Petition and when a PCRA Petition needs to be filed.
PA PCRA law: Are you entitled to an evidentiary hearing? In this legal article, our criminal attorneys discuss a 12/2015 PA Superior Court case about evidentiary hearings for PCRA petitions.
When individuals are faced with attempted murder and murder charges in Philadelphia criminal cases, one of the defenses their criminal defense lawyer may present is the alibi defense. If there is credible alibi evidence, the chances of the defendant being acquitted by the jury may increase. What happens when a trial lawyer overlooks alibi evidence [Read more here.]
Question: My son was convicted of murder in a trial in Philadelphia. He had an alibi on the night of the murder, but the alibi witness was not at trial. Can we file a PCRA petition to get a new trial because he had an alibi? Answer: In general, after a defendant has been convicted [Read more here.]