Welcome to Feeney & Gurwitz, a premier criminal defense firm.
Located in Reading, Pennsylvania and offering our clients aggressive and effective representation in Berks, Chester, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Montgomery and Schuylkill counties, we serve clients on a range of issues and cases.
If you are charged with a crime, shouldn’t you be defended by an aggressive law firm with a record of success?
We are that firm.
Knowing the law on illegal arrests and illegal searches, we have a track record of getting improperly obtained evidence thrown out of court. With decades of experience and the talent of our criminal trial lawyers, Feeney & Gurwitz can be the difference in your case. We have a proven commitment to our clients and have a reputation as an aggressive, client-oriented law firm.
Feeney & Gurwitz is ready to help you right now.
Kevin Feeney has been aggressively defending people charged with crimes since 1991.
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA, in 1986 and received his Juris Doctorate degree from the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, PA, in 1990. Mr. Feeney continued as a law clerk for President Judge Albert E. Acker of the Mercer County Court of Common Pleas in Mercer, PA.
As a Senior Trial Attorney with the Berks County Public Defender’s Office, Mr. Feeney successfully defended jury trials of all major criminal charges including homicide, sexual assault, robbery and weapons offenses. He has successfully defended clients in Megan’s Law hearings and all manner of pre-trial motions, including suppression of evidence and habeas corpus. He has defended cases with DNA and electronic surveillance evidence.
Mr. Feeney is qualified to handle death penalty cases under the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s high standards for defense counsel.
Jacob Gurwitz received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Political Science from the University of Texas at Dallas, where he attended on a full scholarship and was elected student body president. He later received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in Philadelphia, PA, and also received the James J. Manderino Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy as the top trial advocate in his class. During law school, he headed the pro bono Unemployment Compensation Project, training fellow law students to be effective advocates on behalf of individuals seeking their unemployment benefits.
Mr. Gurwitz has successfully represented clients in numerous jury trials and other hearings, ranging from disorderly conduct allegations to attempted murder charges.