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Kristen Feden Appointed to Pennsylvania Supreme Court Criminal Procedural Rules Committee

October 27, 2017
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Associate Kristen M. Feden was recently appointed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Criminal Procedural Rules Committee. The committee is an advisory arm to the Supreme Court and assists the court in achieving its constitutional mandate to prescribe general rules governing criminal practice and procedure throughout Pennsylvania. The committee also monitors all local criminal rules as required by Pennsylvania Rule of Criminal Procedure 105 and periodically publishes reports explaining the committee's proposals for new rules and rule amendments.

Feden concentrates her practice on complex commercial and class-action litigation and white-collar defense. Prior to joining Stradley Ronon, Kristen was Assistant District Attorney in the Trials Division of the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where she served as captain of the Elder Abuse Unit and the Domestic Violence Unit, and as a member of the Sex Crimes Unit. During her tenure in the District Attorney’s Office, Kristen investigated and prosecuted all types of criminal cases, including cases of abuse, neglect, rape, sexual violence, internet crimes against children, financial exploitation against elders and homicides. Her most notable case was Commonwealth v. William H. Cosby, where she drafted and litigated pretrial motions, delivered the opening statement and questioned key witnesses.

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