Perry de Marco, Sr., Esquire
Perry de Marco, Sr. has been a Philadelphia Criminal Defense lawyer for thirty-nine years. He was born in the Overbrook section of West Philadelphia. He attended St Thomas More High School located at 47th and Wyalusing Ave., where he first acquired the street smarts which have greatly enhanced his career as an attorney. He then went on to attend Villanova University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science in 1972. After graduating from Villanova he was admitted to The Widener University School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1975.
Mr. de Marco, Sr. is the son-in-law of A. Charles Peruto Sr., who unfortunately passed away on December 17, 2013. A Charles Peruto, Sr. was unquestionably the most famous of all Philadelphia lawyers in recent history. Perry de Marco, Sr. apprenticed with Mr. Peruto while in college and later practiced law with him for many years before forming his own firm, The Law Offices of Perry de Marco, Sr..
Mr. de Marco, Sr., is a member of the Bar of The Supreme Court of the United States of America, The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, The Federal District Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and The United States District Court for The District of New Jersey.
Mr. de Marco, Sr. has dedicated his legal career to defend the Constitutional Rights of his clients in both Civil and Criminal cases. He is a premier Criminal Defense attorney. He has tried hundreds of cases in both the State and Federal Court System. Throughout his practice Perry de Marco, Sr. has won acquittals in many celebrated Criminal Cases. His clients have included Doctors, Police Officers, Politicians, Judges, and Businessmen.
Mr. de Marco, Sr., is a member of the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations as well as the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.