Mohamed's practice focuses on the defense of product manufacturers, suppliers and premises owners in asbestos-related cases. He actively participates in arbitration and major jury trial cases from inception to the final resolution. In representing clients, Mohamed handles all phases of litigation, including the initial case investigation, discovery, depositions, motion practice and the preparation of witnesses for trial.
Additionally, Mohamed represents clients facing criminal charges, having previously worked for the non-profit Defender Association of Philadelphia. He has served as lead counsel in both bench and jury trials, from inception to resolution, and has appeared in Philadelphia Municipal Court, Family Court and the Court of Common Pleas.
Mohamed graduated cum laude from Rutgers University with a dual degree in sociology and criminal justice. He obtained his juris doctor from Temple University Beasley School of Law, earning distinguished advocate honors in Temple's nationally-ranked Trial Advocacy Program. Mohamed is licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
An active member of the volunteer community, Mohamed serves as the second vice chair on the executive committee for the Nationalities Service Center Board of Trustees. This non-profit organization provides social, educational and legal services to immigrants and refugees in the Greater Philadelphia area.
•Understanding the 5th Amendment, Muslim American Community Association, April 2015
•Defending a Criminal Case, Marshall Dennehey Seminar, February 2015
•Know Your Rights: Immigration, Premises Liability, and the 4th Amendment, Muslim American Community Association, December 2014
•An Overview of the Criminal Justice System for Interpreters, Nationalities Service Center, May 2013
Honors & Awards
•Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2015
Year Joined Organization
• Government Disclosure Obligations in Criminal Cases, The Legal Intelligencer, White Collar Crime Supplement, May 5, 2015
Government Disclosure Obligations in Criminal Cases
Articles • May 5, 2015
Civil Consequences of Criminal Cases
Defense Digest Article • September 1, 2014
By Kevin E. Hexstall, Esq. and Mohamed Bakry, Esq.*Key Points:Criminal proceedings may affect the outcome of subsequent civil litigation.Certain licenses may be affected as a result of some criminal convictions. ..., Defense Digest, Vol. 20, No. 3, September 2014Defense Digest is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to provide...