|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Attorney||Law Offices of Theodore H. Swan, Jr.||1977 - Present|
|Public Defender (part time)||Montgomery County Public Defender's Office||1990 - 2009|
|Chief Counsel||Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Workers' Compensation||1981 - 1982|
|Instructor Criminal Law||LaSalle University/Sociology Department||1978 - 1979|
|Assistant District Attorney||Montgomery County District Attorney's Office||1973 - 1977|
|Law Clerk||Montgomery County Court Of Common Pleas||1972 - 1973|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Montgomery Bar Association||N/A||1972 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||N/A||1990 - 2008|
|National District Attorneys Association||N/A||1974 - 1978|
|Com. v. "John Doe"||Probation instead of jail. A petition to expunge the felony charges is in the process of filing with the court.|
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|California Western School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1971|
|Muhlenberg College||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1968|
|student visits at local Magisterial District Court||Criminal law||2013|
Posted by Mike
Terrific Guy as well as a Terrific Attorney ! He explained the entire process and answered all my questions. He got me through a tough time with knowledge and grace. Thanks again Ted, your the Best.
Posted by Greg
I procrastinated acquiring legal service, had big tickets pending and a terrible driving history.
Upon meeting Mr Swan I felt he was down to earth and a straight shooter.
At the hearing he was very smooth and professional. His success with my situation seems nothing short of a miracle and he did it graciously. I was impressed and honestly surprised as I didn't think it was possible to have such a positive outcome.