Francis has been practicing law since 1982. He graduated from Temple University School of Law in May of 1982 and accepted a position as a tax attorney for Arthur Anderson where he defended various corporate clients and individuals in matters pending before the IRS.
In 1985 Francis entered private practice where he began defending clients in criminal matters and protecting their rights and interests in civil matters.
Francis’s criminal trial experience includes successfully defending clients in cases ranging from rape, drug distribution and attempted homicide. No matter how serious the offence, your case will get the full attention and desire to succeed on your behalf.
Francis’s court experience includes criminal matters, traffic violations, bankruptcy, tax and personal injury matters. He is admitted to practice in various courts including, United States District Court of New Jersey, United States Bankruptcy Court and United States Tax Court. Francis is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.
In addition to practicing law, Francis served on the Hainesport Elementary School Board of Education for ten years and served as the board president and was a professor of graduate and undergraduate law studies at Rosemont College.