Lawrence S. Krasner (Larry) was selected to the Law Review at Stanford Law School in '87, focusing on trial lawyering skills. Later, he worked as a public defender in Philadelphia and eventually promoted to the Federal Public Defender's Office in Philadelphia. He started his own private practice in 1993, specializing in criminal defense and civil rights matters, and has remained in private practice ever since.
Krasner has tried thousands of jury and bench trials in criminal and civil court with results in countless acquittals. These have resulted in defense motions granted in criminal matters as well as a number of verdicts and settlements as counsel or co-counsel in excess of $1.0 Million in civil matters. Throughout his 25 years of handling the most serious matters in state and federal court, all his clients have never been sentenced to death or life in prison.