Philadelphia Criminal Defense Lawyers
Philadelphia Criminal Defense Lawyers Defending the Accused for Over 25 Years
The law firm of Oxenburg & Franzel has been handling criminal defense trials and appeals for more than 30 years. Bruce Franzel is a former Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney who has represented individuals and businesses charged with felonies and misdemeanors in state and federal courts. For aggressive, effective representation, contact Mr. Franzel through this Web site or by phone.
Depth of Experience
Mr. Franzel has served as chair of both the Philadelphia Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section and the Philadelphia Federal Bar Association's Criminal Law Committee. He has been recognized as a Pennsylvania "Super Lawyer" in the field of criminal defense by Philadelphia Magazine and Law and Politics.
A recipient of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Thurgood Marshall Award, Bruce Franzel is an adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at Temple University School of Law, has served on the faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, and has lectured fellow lawyers on topics including:
- Death Penalty Litigation
- State and Federal Sentencing
- Adoption of Federal Rules of Evidence in Pennsylvania
- Criminal Law Practice and Procedure in Philadelphia and the Suburbs
- Pennsylvania Drunk Driving Act
Mr. Franzel was appointed by former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert N. C. Nix, as a member of the Philadelphia Criminal Justice Task Force, and was appointed by former Chief Judge John P. Fullam of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, to chair the United States Magistrate Review and Evaluation Committee.
Representing Defendants on Misdemeanor and Felony Charges in State and Federal Court for Over 25 Years
As a criminal defense lawyer of long standing, Bruce Franzel has effectively and aggressively represented clients on charges including DUI (DWI), theft, robbery, assault, gun offenses, and murder in state court, and on misdemeanors and felonies ranging from drug crimes to "white collar crimes " in federal court.
Contact Bruce Franzel
If you have been arrested, are the subject of a criminal investigation, or need to consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer, contact criminal defense attorney Bruce Franzel through this Web site or by phone for a personal and confidential consultation.