Michael J. Malloy, Esq.

Michael J. Malloy is a graduate of West Catholic High School, Villanova University, and Widener University School of Law. He has successfully handled numerous complex and high-profile criminal cases in State and Federal Courts. His successes in the courtroom have been featured on CBS 60 Minutes, CNN Presents, ABC World News Tonight, CBS 48 Hours, National Public Radio, and KYW News Radio. He has also been featured in articles in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Delaware County Daily Times.

In 2003, CBS 60 Minutes featured Mr. Malloy’s work reversing life sentence without parole for Richard Jackson, a man wrongfully convicted of First Degree Murder. Mr. Malloy’s acquittal for Murder of William Henry Redmond was declared “the trial of the century” in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. He also represented Nicholas Yarris at his re-trial, getting his conviction of Murder reversed after 22 years on Death Row.

In 2005 and 2006, both CNN Presents and 48 Hours highlighted Mr. Malloy’s work. He is also an annual Top Lawyers” selection in Philadelphia Magazine, he has been annually selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, a designation for being one of the top 5% of lawyers in the state by his peers.

Mr. Malloy is a recipient of the NAACP Robert C. Wright Freedom Award and Delaware County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Award.

He has been a guest lecturer for several years at various symposiums, and has spoken at Manor College and at Immaculata University on the topic of “Justice in the Criminal Justice System.” Mr. Malloy speaks on the death penalty and other topics within the criminal justice system. At Immaculata University, he speaks annually on forgiveness and justice in the criminal justice system.

He has worked with and been co-counsel with some of the preeminent attorneys of our time such as F. Lee Bailey and Alan Dershowitz.

Mr. Malloy is a member of the Federal Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Delaware County Bar Association, and Who’s Who In American Law.