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West Grove, PA
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Licensed in PA
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About William

Drug Dealing and Possession
Assaults- Aggravated and Sexual
Domestic Violence

Top Case Types

Criminal Defense: Felonies: 45%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 40%

Divorce: 5%

Spousal Support: 5%

Child Custody & Support: 5%

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Criminal Defense Attorney, Eichman Law PLLC

November 2020 - Pursuing

Criminal Defense Attorney, Whitenack Law PC

September 2013 - November 2020

Assistant District Attorney, Philadelphia District Attorney's Office

June 2011 - September 2013

Assistant District Attorney, Brooklyn District Attorney's Office

September 2002 - November 2010


Brooklyn Law School


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8 Federal Boulevard, West Grove, PA, USA


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