For the Commonwealth highlights the important work our prosecutors are doing to help secure justice in specific cases brought by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

Assistant District Attorney Sarah Gordon of our Gun Violence Task Force (GVTF) helped secure justice in a case involving a defendant found guilty by a…

The chart below generated by the District Attorney’s Transparency Analytics (DATA) Lab highlights the number of reported incidents, arrests, and cases referred by the PPD and charged by the DAO for commercial burglaries, homicides, non-fatal shootings, and property offenses for September 2021. The first column indicates the number of incidents

For the Commonwealth highlights the important work our prosecutors are doing to help secure justice in specific cases brought by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

Assistant District Attorney Madelyn Koppany of our Family Violence and Sexual Assault Unit helped secure justice in a case involving a defendant convicted of assaulting and strangling his child’s mother in May 2019. During the trial, the complainant recounted the assault, as well as several other times during the course of the relationship that she was subject to the defendant’s abuse. The defendant is scheduled for sentencing in January 2022 before the Hon. Mia Perez.

For the Commonwealth highlights the important work our prosecutors are doing to help secure justice in specific cases brought by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

Assistant District Attorney Katrina Wadas of our Family Violence and Sexual Assault Unit helped secure justice in a case involving a defendant found guilty by a jury of sexually abusing his girlfriend’s daughter. The victim, who is now 14 years old, testified about the abuse she endured for years. The defendant will be sentenced by the Hon. Anne Marie Coyle in December.

For the Commonwealth highlights the important work our prosecutors are doing to help secure justice in specific cases brought by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

Assistant District Attorney Maggie Hayes-Oberst of our Family Violence and Sexual Assault Unit helped secure justice in a case involving a defendant found guilty by a jury of a knife-point sexual assault of a former sex worker that occurred in December of 2018. The survivor testified against her attacker. The defendant will be sentenced by the Hon. Shanese Johnson in December.

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