As an experienced trial attorney, Mr. Engle works diligently to get you the best results possible, while providing each client with the individual attention necessary to investigate and prepare each and every aspect of his or her case. Mr. Engle has won numerous criminal trials throughout his career including an acquittal for his client in a ten week federal racketeering (RICO) case involving eight members of the Pennsylvania chapter of the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation, as well as winning an acquittal for his client in the IRS tax fraud conspiracy prosecution involving employees and associates of the Commonwealth Trust Company. Mr. Engle is dedicated to the causes of his clients and will fight to preserve their legal rights at all times. Mr. Engle is a published author of three academic articles in the fields of sociology and criminology, and he is also a frequent lecturer at Villanova University where he discusses the topic of serial murder in the Social Psychiatry class of Dr. Bernard J. Gallagher, III.. Mr. Engle has handled numerous cases in state and federal courts throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and his practice includes the representation of individuals, professionals as well as corporate clients. Mr. Engle is a former adjunct professor in the criminal justice department of Delaware County Community College, where he taught classes on criminal law, criminal procedure and juvenile delinquency. Mr. Engle has a practice which has included cases ranging from simple traffic court matters to complex white-collar prosecutions.