Robert A. Mancini
Prior to Law School, I worked in sales and then management for a
multi-national water purification company called Ionics Incorporated.
First, in Washington DC, and then Manhattan and Philadelphia.
As General Manager of the Philadelphia office, I oversaw all operational and financial aspects of a company with 1.5 million in annual revenue and two dozen employees. This with no training in management or finance.
I studied History in college. It was during this time I earned my first Master's Degree in Political Science. Next, I attended Law School and was immediately hired by the Bucks County District Attorney's Office which was headed by now Judge Alan M. Rubenstein. While working for the District Attorney, I earned my second MA in the field of History, which I utilize currently as an adjunct instructor at the Bucks County Community College.
These experiences coupled, with a working class upbringing have given me a down to earth look at the problems faced by ordinary people. I believe that I am able to counsel people with honest and insightful advice about things which may be leading to criminal behavior, in addition to being a strong advocate.
Licensed for 18+ years
Areas of Practice
I’ve been practicing Criminal Defense for years, with dozens of successful cases to my name. My clients can count on my Criminal Defense expertise to manage the legal framework supporting their endeavors. When I am involved in a case, I help my client successfully resolve it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Juvenile's are viewed differently than adults in the justice system. Therefore, its important to have an experienced attorney who is effective in handling the defense of minors. Robert provides proactive solutions to all of his clients. He has been involved in some of the most innovative, sophisticated, and complex Juvenile Law cases in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.