- Report: #388363
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Complaint Review: Jack McMahon Lawyer
Jack McMahon Lawyer1500 Walnut St St. #900 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Jack McMahon Esquire - Jack McMahon Lawyer rips off another client Philadelphia Pennsylvania
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In addition he allowed the prosecution to go on virtually unfettered for seven days and only made a few very weak objections, and never challenged a witness, expert or otherwise. He also intimidated his client (Dr Charlene DeMarco) into not testifying so the Jury would not here both sides.
Afterwards he promised to file motions of appeal and dismissal but didn't file anything. It appears that this is the modus operandi of this man, selling out one client to get another client off. He has made many good deals for organized crime members that he represents but apparently sells out female clients quite easily.
He is also the lawyer responsible for making an infamous training tape on how to pick jurors by race, while a member of the Philadelphia DA's office. He obviously has no respect for women or minorities.
Vineland, New Jersey
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