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Archive: 2013

  1. Go with God. . .

    Attorney Jeffrey Conrad of Clymer Musser & Conrad, P.C., secures an acquittal for the  local Montgomery County Pastor charged with disorderly conduct.  The Pastor was charged after attempting to speak with Attorney General Kathleen Kane on the matter of how the state defines marriage.

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  2. A stand-up man, a family man

    A New Holland Borough Councilman represented by Attorney Conrad took responsibility for his actions last week.  Attorney Conrad explained, “When you’re a community leader, you submit to the rules of the community. …Terry made a mistake.” Clymer Musser & Conrad, P.C. routinely represents members of our Lancaster County community charged with…

  3. Acquittal

    Dr. Clair Thompson (“DocPaws”) is looking forward to being reunited with his dogs after a victory won by Attorney Jeff Conrad in Monroe County this summer.  The veterinarian was acquitted of all charges (multiple counts of animal cruelty in connection with 11 dogs) by Judge Germano.  Watch the video reporting…

  4. Innocent People Duped & Government’s Failure

    Attorney Jeff Conrad represents one of four local men charged by the federal government and tried before a jury nearly three years ago.  After trial, it was discovered that the Government failed to provide important evidence the Bittermans could have used to show their innocence.  As Attorney Conrad explained to…

  5. Suspect in Killing of Lancaster Teenager to Get New Attorney

    Lancaster attorney Jeffrey Conrad won’t defend Benjamin Klinger at an upcoming homicide trial after all.

    Following months of debate over a potential conflict of interest, Conrad has withdrawn as Klinger’s attorney.

    Lancaster County Judge Margaret Miller granted the motion to withdraw.

    She also sealed a transcript and records of a…