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Michael Diamondstein 
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Criminal Defense Firm handling cases throughout Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware Counties, New Jersey and Federal Courts.

Michael J. Diamondstein is a life-long resident of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. A graduate of Ithaca College, Mr. Diamondstein attended Widener University School of Law and graduated Summa Cum Laude. While a student at Widener, he was awarded the Wolcott Fellowship and served as a clerk for Justice Joseph T. Walsh of the Supreme Court of Delaware.

After leaving Law School, Mr. Diamondstein was sworn in as an Assistant District Attorney for the City of Philadelphia. There he served with distinction prosecuting cases in the Municipal Court Unit, Motions Unit, Juvenile Unit, Felony Waiver Unit and finally, finishing his prosecuting tenure in the Major Trials Unit. After leaving the District Attorney's Office, he went into private practice.

As a member of the PA and NJ bars, Mr. Diamondstein has handled over twenty thousand criminal cases in State and Federal Courts. He has defended both high profile and unreported criminal cases, having secured acquittals and dismissals for hundreds of clients. He is well respected in the legal community as he routinely represents clients that have been referred to him by judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and fellow attorneys. Each and every client is represented by Mr. Diamondstein personally. His vast experience allows him to provide the highest standard of representation for those people accused of crimes, under investigation or recently arrested.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Drug & Narcotics Offenses; DUI/DWI; Robbery, Burglary and Theft; Sex Crimes; Murder & Vehicular Homicide; Domestic Violence; Grand Jury Proceedings; White Collar Crimes; Juvenile Offenses; Expungements; Appeals; Gun & Weapons Offenses; Internet/Computer Crimes; Civil Cases; Personal Injury; Civil Rights; Accident Cases; Police Misconduct.