Attorney Corky Goldstein specializes in criminal defense on all levels. His firm, Mooney & Associates, is an all service firm including, but not limited to:
Attorney Goldstein has practices in Central and South Central PA. He works in all counties in the entire region. He also handles Federal cases in The Middle District Courts of Pennsylvania and is asked to represent clients all over the Commonwealth of PA and out-of-state. Attorney Goldstein’s concentration is Criminal Defense (Adult & Juvenile), Divorce & Custody. However, his depth of experience and broad background in so many areas causes many clients to consult with him on all aspects of the law. Over the years, he has represented many high profiled clients and has developed a unique understanding of not only knowing how to handle a case in Court, but how to deal with the media.
Criminal Defense (Adult and Juvenile), in Federal, State, and County, are his main concentration now. Being a well-known former Trial Prosecutor in Philadelphia, and after working for 5 Governors and two Attorney Generals, and now practicing on all levels of criminal defense for almost 40 years, has given this attorney not only the expert knowledge of criminal law itself, but a most important understanding of the people involved along the way, and how the system really works.
This actual in-depth experience in courtrooms in Central and South Central Pa., especially in Dauphin and Cumberland Counties, was stated by several criminal defense lawyers when Corky was recognized by the Pa. Bar Association: “No one knows the inner workings of the criminal justice system any better, and has had the brilliant success that proves it, then Attorney Corky Goldstein”. Another prominent presenter at that special award ceremony said, “No one consistently works harder for his clients, no matter how small or large the case might be, with such focused passion, along with him having earned the great respect from top-notch prosecutors, Judges, and his former clients, for his class and his personal integrity.”