Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP is pleased to announce that Steven Michael Jones has joined the firm. He will represent clients in civil and criminal litigation matters. Notably, Steven has significant experience in the area of litigation, handling serious and high profile cases including jury and bench trials.
Prior to joining the firm, Steven was a member of the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, rising to the rank of Deputy District Attorney, and handled cases ranging from financial fraud and white-collar investigations, to crimes against older adults, serious assault, DUI, drugs, homicide, and Investigative Grand Jury proceedings. While in that post, Steven held many roles including Chief of Special Investigations. Additionally, Steven was a member of the Special Victims Unit (SVU) where he worked with child and adult victims of sexually violent crimes, and headed the Elder Abuse Division of the SVU.
As a member of the Bucks County Crimes Against Older Adults Task Force, Steven worked with law enforcement and other professionals from the county, state, and federal levels to help train individuals and coordinate a collaborative approach in recognizing and preventing the abuse of older adults. He has been a regular speaker and presenter at the Annual William J. Neff Symposium on the Prevention of Crimes Against Older Adults-lecturing before hundreds of nurses, social workers, administrators, police officers, counselors, lawyers, and other professionals involved in ensuring the well-being of older adults. Steven was also the head of the Expungement Unit within the District Attorney’s Office, handling all of the expungement matters in Bucks County. A member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars and the Bucks County Inn of Courts, he is a cum laude graduate of both West Chester University (B.S. Accounting, 2004) and Widener University School of Law (J.D. 2007). For the last five years, he has coached Bensalem Township High School’s Mock Trial Team.
With nineteen attorneys, the firm is one of the largest full-service law firms in Bucks County. From its office in Langhorne, the firm represents individuals, businesses, banks, municipalities, educational institutions, and school districts in a variety of practice areas including business law, litigation, trusts and estates, family law, real estate, elder, and criminal law matters. A presence in Bucks County, Pennsylvania since 1933, Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP is known as a firm with the reputation and community relations it takes to get things done.