Omnis Law Group, LLC

Omnis Law Group, LLC Omnis Law Group, LLC is a General Litigation Law Firm with physical offices in Delaware County, Philadelphia, Chester County, and Montgomery County.
The attorneys of Omnis Law Group, LLC are comprised of former State and Federal Prosecutors and Criminal Public Defenders with decades of trial experience among them. Whether it is negotiating a commercial transaction, litigating a personal injury action or arguing a criminal case before a judge or jury, the attorneys of Omnis Law Group, LLC can achieve results for our clients.

Omnis Law Group, LLC is a General Litigation Law Firm with physical offices in Delaware County, Philadelphia, Chester County, and Montgomery County. Our firm focuses on client needs and bottom line results. We offer individual and personalized client attention together with expert litigation capabilities. With decades of combined experience as civil litigators, criminal defense attorneys and high-profile case prosecutors, the attorneys of Omnis Law Group, LLC have a tremendous amount of legal experience. We provide a full complement of legal services including representation in commercial transactions, municipal matters, medical malpractice, personal injury and criminal defense at both trial and appellate levels in State and Federal Courts.

Mission: Our firm has a reputation of obtaining excellent results for our clients. We do this through aggressive, professional and highly competent representation

04/02/2019

An OMNIS client had recently been charged with over 20 Felony counts of Theft by Unlawful Taking, Theft by Deception, Receiving Stolen Property and other related offenses stemming from the theft of almost 50K in public funds. The client was facing a maximum exposure of multiple decades in prison. Through careful navigation, file preparation and argument, and not withstanding strenuous counter-argument by the Assistant District Attorney, we were able to convince the court to sentence our client to just 72 hours of incarceration. Our client considered this an excellent result.

Should you or someone that you know be in the need of legal services stemming from a criminal charge, the attorneys at the OMNIS LAW GROUP are here to help.

01/17/2019

Humbled to have received the following client review:

I was involved in a domestic situation on a heated issue where I was charged with multiple misdemeanor criminal offenses. Curt was able to analyze the facts, take the emotion out of the events and show the district attorney that most of what happened did not warrant the charges that were brought. The end result was an array of misdemeanors that would have followed me for years were reduced to a summary offense, which is particularly important as it can not be considered in Pennsylvania when looking for new employment. I would definitely recommend Curt for any criminal defense.

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07/11/2017

Criminal Law & Immigration
In June the U.S. Supreme Court, in Jae Lee v. US, ruled in favor of an immigrant who received bad legal advice from his attorney. Immigrant Jae Lee was informed by his lawyer that pleading guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute would not result in his deportation. His attorney was wrong. Mr. Lee pled guilty to an aggravated felony and under the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. §1101(a)(43)(B)), which subjects immigrants to mandatory deportation. Lee filed to vacate his sentence, arguing that his attorney had not provided adequate representation. The court ruled that Lee’s attorney was ineffective within the meaning of the Sixth Amendment.
Mr. Lee was advised that going to trial was risky considering the evidence against him. He was told he would receive a lighter sentence if he pled guilty. The attorney knew that Lee was an immigrant concerned about immigration consequences. The attorney assured him he would not be deported unless deportation was specified in the plea deal. Lee was sentenced to one year plus one day in prison; deportation was to follow.
The Sixth Amendment. guarantees a defendant the effective assistance of counsel at “critical stages of a criminal proceeding. . . including when he enters a guilty plea. To prove ineffective assistance of counsel, a defendant must show that “counsel’s representation fell below an objective standard of reasonableness” and that he was prejudiced as a result. To show prejudice in a plea, a defendant must show a reasonable probability that, but for counsel’s errors, he would not have pleaded guilty and would have gone to trial.
Lee argued he was prejudiced because had he known about the mandatory deportation, he would have gone to trial. The Court found that avoiding deportation was the determinative factor regarding his acceptance of a plea and found that Lee demonstrated a reasonable probability that, but for his attorney’s errors, he would have gone to trial.
If you are facing criminal charges with possible immigration consequences, contact the experienced criminal attorneys of Omnis Law Group today for a free consultation.

Another satisfied Client. State Rep. Margo Davidson’s son gets slap onthe wrist for heroin ringBy Derick Dilsworth - E...
06/19/2017

Another satisfied Client.
State Rep. Margo Davidson’s son gets slap on
the wrist for heroin ring
By Derick Dilsworth - Editorial - June 3, 2017
R obert Davidson, son of State Representative Margo Davidson, was sentenced
following his two arrests that shocked constituents during his mother’s campaign in
early November.
Davidson was charged with numerous counts of possession with intent to deliver after police in
Upper Darby witnessed a drug buy and made chase just minutes from his mother’s office. While
incarcerated, Davidson made an extremely incriminating phone call to an unknown person,
asking for them to go and clean out the apartment.
Unfortunately for Davidson, Upper Darby Police obtained a search warrant for the location as all
phone calls made from George W. Hill Correctional Facility are subject to monitoring and
recording. After serving the warrant, police came across what they called a drug “warehouse,”
according to Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood. Davidson received additional
charges following the search of his apartment. Upper Darby Police confiscated 301 bags of
heroin, 16 bags of cocaine, 18 vials of marijuana and, two vials of methamphetamine, more
than $5,000 cash and a gun reported stolen from Springfield.
It’s a warehouse, look at it. They [these] guys are major dealers. They were selling everything, heroin,
cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine. – Superintendent Michael Chitwood
Despite the overwhelming evidence from his two arrests, Davidson got a slap on the wrist with
a mere 623
months on a negotiated guilty plea with the Delaware County District Attorney’s
Office. Additionally, Davidson will serve a few years on probation to run concurrent to his rather
light jail term.
Interestingly enough, another man in Delaware County received nearly double the sentence as
Davidson for a lesser offense in 2016. Furthermore, an Altoona man was sentenced to 37 to 74
years for operating a drug ring in a halfway house. His original sentence was 204 years.
» THE DAVIDSON COURT SAGA
Robert Davidson had a previous encounter with the legal system in Delaware County – after
being arrested for possession of marijuana, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in 2015.
His slightly older brother was arrested in 2012 for felony criminal trespassing, two counts of
indecent exposure, two counts of simple assault and four counts of harassment followed by
three felonies of theft of a motor vehicle, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and
two misdemeanor counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. His
mother, State Rep. Margo Davidson was also brought to court after a bizarre case regarding
falsifying signatures on her nomination petitions in 2015 and being evicted from her campaign
office due to unpaid rent. Additionally, the Davidson’s owed the City of Philadelphia nearly
$20,000.00 in unpaid taxes, bills and fines.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro has been working hard to crack down on the
heroin crisis, starting with cracking down on drug traffickers.
This is a developing story.
(Reporting by Derick Dilsworth and Emily Miller; Editing by Nik Hatziefstathiou and Anthony
Loro)
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04/21/2017

Another satisfied client:

Mr Norcini has helped me with several cases from violation of PFA order to a terroristic threat case and finally a drug case in Chester County. He got the results I needed before the cases even happened. His strong aggressive and negotiating skills led to positive results in my favor. His experience and connections with the judges and DA certainly helped protect my rights and all my cases went better than expected. Put simply, he's the go guy when it comes to criminal defense. Use him and don't think twice about it. He should be the only number to call if you have any criminal matters in Chester County! Thanks Mr Norcini!

03/01/2017

From a satisfied client - and always humbling:

Curt represented me in a DUI case and I couldn't have been happier with him. His knowledge of what I was facing and his preparation for helping me move forward was excellent. Everyone in the court house seemed to know and respect him. I highly recommend Curt Norcini if you need representation in a DUI or related case.

01/11/2017

The attorneys at Omnis were recently able to secure a sentence of only 6 months of probation and zero driver's license suspension on a 2nd offense DUI at the highest tier - we saved our client a minimum of 90 days of mandatory incarceration and 12 months of license suspension. Should you or anyone that you know get into a legal bind, please give us a call.

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323 East Front Street
Media, PA
19063

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(484) 816-6647

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