Prior to becoming an attorney, Aaron worked as a paralegal for almost a decade. During this time, Aaron primarily researched constitutional and criminal law, post-conviction relief matters, and appeals. Since becoming an attorney, Aaron has continued to use his legal skills and knowledge to defend clients' lives, liberty, and property from government overreach.
Aaron has tried cases in state and federal court and has assisted prisoners challenge wrongful convictions and obtain new trials.
Aaron is a criminal defense and civil rights lawyer because he is dedicated to fighting for your freedom, defending your constitutional rights, and making sure that you obtain the justice and respect that you deserve as a citizen and a human being.
Our guiding principles are professionalism, diligence, and uncompromising dedication to our clients and to the Constitution. Call for a free consultation.
Bachelor's Degree in Political Science, Temple University.
Juris Doctor, Widener (Delaware) Law School.
Licensed in the State of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania.
"Sometimes, you need a lawyer who understands your worldview and is committed to representing the interests of your community."