Philadelphia Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys

Federal Criminal Defense / White Collar Crimes

Philadelphia Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Defending the Accused for Over 25 Years

For more than 30 years, Bruce Franzel has dedicated himself to providing effective and aggressive representation for individuals facing criminal prosecution in state and federal courts.

After serving as a Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney in the trial, appellate, and federal court divisions, Bruce Franzel has defended individuals and corporations accused of federal crimes such as drug offenses, bank robbery, and "white collar" crimes such as embezzlement, fraud, RICO, and conspiracy.

Mr. Franzel has served as the Chair of the Criminal Law Committee of the Philadelphia Federal Bar Association and has served as a member of its Executive Committee for over a decade. In 1987 Mr. Franzel was appointed by then 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.

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 and has served on the faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.

At the law firm of Oxenburg & Franzel, we strive to provide each client with the highest caliber criminal defense, investigating each case thoroughly and providing experienced advice on how best to proceed.

If you have been charged with a federal crime, are under investigation, or would like to discuss any federal criminal law problem, contact federal and "white collar" crimes lawyer Bruce Franzel through this Web site or by phone.

Federal/white collar crimes lawyer Bruce Franzel of Oxenburg & Franzel provides state and federal criminal defense in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as well as legal services related to Workers' Compensation, Work Injuries, Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and other legal areas in Philadelphia and in nearby communities such as Doylestown, Norristown, Media, and West Chester, and in all of Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties.