Colin M. Jenei

(215) 862-07010 (215) 750-0954 [email protected]

    Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense
  • Land Use
  • Municipal Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Publications

    Education

    • Dickinson School of Law (J.D. 1982)
    • Dickinson College, Economics, Magna Cum Laude 1977
    • Pennsbury High School 1973

    Bar Admission

    • Pennsylvania 1982
    • New Jersey 2001
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
    • Third Circuit Court of Appeals

    Professional Associations & Memberships

    • Bucks County Bar Association
    • Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

Practicing out of the firm’s New Hope Office, Mr. Jenei provides clients with representation in all areas of criminal defense including Driving Under the Influence, homicide by vehicle, misdemeanors, traffic offenses, felonies, and drug crimes. He has been selected to the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List since 2007 for the area of criminal defense. Mr. Jenei worked for Baldi, Cepparulo and Williams, and then as a partner in Baldi & Jenei before joining our firm. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Jenei worked for 15 years in the Buck’s County District Attorney’s office prosecuting serious felonies, homicide by vehicle cases, and first degree murders. Prior to leaving the DA’s office, Mr. Jenei was a Chief Deputy District Attorney and Chief of the Homicide by Vehicle Unit for more than 10 years. He has been recognized for his experience in vehicular crimes, including DUI.

Mr. Jenei has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for his clients in automobile accident and other injury cases. He continues to successfully represent municipal clients before boards, councils, and in judicial proceedings.

Mr. Jenei has lived in Bucks County since 1955 and enjoys church, singing, and theater. He and his wife, Karen, have lived in Plumstead Township for nearly 30 years.

See his SuperLawyers profile.

Honors and Awards

  • Selected to the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List from 2007-2015 for criminal defense.