Our Team Combines Experience & Expertise with a Strong and Respected Court Presence
At WGP, we stress the importance of retaining legal representation at the very beginning of any criminal investigation to secure a safeguard for the rights of individuals and companies, and to ensure that the appropriate protocols are put into place from the outset. Several of the firm’s attorneys have significant experience in representing individuals and entities in white-collar criminal matters as well as other state and federal criminal prosecutions or investigations. Our accomplished team of legal professionals provide a vast array of skills and have long standing relationships with the courts and prosecutors, are well-versed in all criminal matters from non-violent offenses to serious and violent crimes and are dedicated to protecting our client’s future.
Our firm handles all areas and phases of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Federal criminal defense practice, including grand jury investigations, complex fraud investigations, sexual assault crimes, firearms offenses, murder and other violent crimes. Ronald L. Greenblatt heads our firm’s criminal defense practice. Mr. Greenblatt has successfully litigated complex criminal cases throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Mr. Greenblatt is a past chairperson of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL). He currently serves on PACDL’s Board of Trustees. Mr. Greenblatt holds the preeminent AV rating from Martindale-Hubell indicative of the highest rating for both legal ability and ethical standards, and has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” for his criminal work in Pennsylvania. Mr. Greenblatt is also a frequent speaker on topics involving Pennsylvania criminal court practice.
A Defense Team with an Incredible Track Record
Even if you think the facts of the case aren’t in your favor, having the best possible criminal representation can be the difference between jail time and probation, or having your record destroyed with an avoidable felony or misdemeanor conviction.