Firm partners at the Philadelphia law firm of Nenner & Namerow have been recognized as 2019 top rated lawyers in the areas of Criminal Law and Personal Injury Law. The rating is issued by Super Lawyers rating service, a division of Thomson Reuters. David Nenner – Top Rated Criminal Defense Attorney in Philadelphia Firm partner [Read more here.]
David Nenner represents Joshua Hupperterz who’s accused of murdering a Temple student in 2017. Trial started on January 7, 2019. Mr. Nenner has argued that a roommate who was present at the time of the murder is the killer.
Nenner and Namerow, P.C. received an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This is the highest letter rating given by the BBB. The lawyers at the firm handle Philadelphia criminal defense cases as well as criminal cases in other parts of Pennsylvania. The firm also handles personal injury cases in Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. [Read more here.]
Earlier this year, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that authorities need to get a warrant in order to obtain information from a cell phone. This case will be discussed in detail below. Facts of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Fulton On June 15, 2010, Michael Toll (victim) called 911 to report that he had been shot. [Read more here.]
According to reports, nearly 1 in 3 Pennsylvania adults has some type of criminal records. If you have been arrested and charged with a crime in Pennsylvania, your criminal record may haunt you for the rest of your life. It may adversely affect your chances of getting a job, or even a place to live. [Read more here.]
News Release, May 30, 2018 One of the recent Philadelphia murder cases handled by David Nenner, a firm partner and Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer, was featured in Philly.com on May 29, 2018. See www.philly.com (3 charged, none convicted: Why a North Philly murder remains unsolved) On November 8, 2014, victim Nafis Owens was shot outside [Read more here.]
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.