Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer discusses recent conviction of teen in a Philadelphia second degree murder trial.
A North Philadelphia man was wrongly accused of murder and spent the last 17 months in jail. David Nenner, a Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer, was able to help his client freed from prison.
What charges and consequences do defendants face after being accused of murder? David Nenner, a Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer, answers this question.
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David Nenner obtained a “not guilty” verdict for a client who was charged with Criminal Attempt-First Degree Murder, Aggravated Assault and other charges for stabbing the alleged victim, an ex-paramour of the client’s boyfriend. Mr. Nenner presented a self-defense argument to the jury. Ultimately, the jury agreed and acquitted his client.
Scranton, Lackawanna PA Murder Case News: Three 17 year old teens are facing second degree murder charges due to the death of a police officer. The circumstances are unusual in that the officer jumped over a wall during a foot chase and fell 15 feet. He sustained major injuries and died the next day. Will the second degree murder charges stick?
Earlier this month, firm partner David S. Nenner secured a judgement of acquittal in a Philadelphia criminal case on June, 5, 2015. Mr. Nenner’s client was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, various gun charges, and fleeing police officers. The case proceeded to trial with Mr. Nenner’s client and two co-defendants. The prosecution alleged that [Read more here.]