Originally from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, David moved to Delaware during law school and quickly fell in love with the state. He began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General, and after graduation from Temple Law he was hired at the Public Defender’s Office. He quickly rose in the office and now handles some of the most complex cases in his field, arguing cases before both juries and the Delaware Supreme Court.
His tenacious defense of his client’s Constitutional rights in court, and his passion for advocating on their behalf has impacted countless lives in Delaware. His representation resulted in the repeal of the Death Penalty in Delaware in the case of Rauf v. State. He also successfully argued against a law criminalizing homelessness in Delaware, helping to foster improved relations between police and the homeless community.
David has also been a member of the Rodney Inn of Court for the past three year, assisting senior attorneys in research and speaking. In addition, he is a Board Member of the New Castle County Young Republicans, working on volunteer coordination and outreach. David and his wife, Michelle, also a practicing attorney, currently reside in Wilmington with their two dogs.