Howard D. Popper is a 1984 graduate of Temple Law School.  Upon
graduation he joined the Defender Association of Philadelphia.  

A highly regarded trial lawyer, Howard’s many jury trials have included
organized crime cases in U.S. District Court, police and prison
misconduct cases, homicides and numerous other criminal cases in both
federal and state court.  Howard was selected as a
Pennsylvania
SuperLawyer
in 2006, 2007 and 2008.  

Howard has had phenomenal success as a trial lawyer. His take no
prisoners cross-examination skills and his ability to connect with juries in
both civil and criminal cases have been the keys to Howard's
achievements.

Martindale-Hubbell has again in 2017 honored Howard D. Popper with
the highest possible level of professional excellence - AV Preeminent.
This peer review rating reflects a combination of achieving a Very High
General Ethical Standards rating and a 5/5 Legal Ability rating.
Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
Arrests show need
for police oversight
8/5/14

Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
A federal case in
Colwyn
11/16/12

Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
Sweet deal for lying
police officer
5/18/10

Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
Court reforms
are lopsided
3/16/10

Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
How not to
investigate a fatal
police shooting
11/25/09

Philadelphia
Inquirer Op-Ed
A job for a grand
jury
8/14/09
HOWARD D. POPPER