- http://sbpra.com/JackWCline/ Few lawyers have had as much experience in trial law as Jack W. Cline, who has had over 150 jury trials to verdict spanning over 34 years and over six counties in Western Pennsylvania. In his last fifteen felony jury trials, Attorney Cline has won acquittals in thirteen of these cases. Attorney Cline has won Plaintiff verdicts for money damages in Allegheny, Butler, Mercer and Crawford counties. Attorney Cline is an experienced and skilled negotiator as well. The opposing parties are aware of his experience in court which may be reason to encourage a favorable settlement. Attorney Cline continues to help individuals charged with criminal offenses along with individuals facing governmental sanctions, such as license suspensions or revocations. He represents several businesses and corporations faced with legal issues and government bureau actions. Expertise in liquor law has led Mr. Cline to obtain liquor licenses for various clubs and organizations, some of the more difficult cases having been taken all the way to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Allegheny Steak and Pasta Grill, Inc. v. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, 805 A.2d 698 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2002-2003) and Richard E. Craft American Legion Post v. Pennslyvania Liquor Control Board, 718 A.2d 276 (Pa. 1998). Jack resides in Grove City, PA with his wife Kathleen and their children. Attorney Cline received the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' in 2017, a national award bestowed on less than 1/2 of 1% of all lawyers.
Specialties: Criminal Defense, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Wills and Estates
Kenneth Richard Harris was born and raised in Wilmington Township, Mercer County. He graduated from Wilmington Area High School in 1995. Ken graduated from Slippery Rock University in 1999 with a degree in Political Science. In 2002, Ken graduated with honors from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law with a certificate in Civil Litigation and Environmental Law.
Ken has represented clients in all aspects of family law including; support, custody, divorce, PFA's, adoption, and even grandparents' rights.
Ken has also represented clients in all types of criminal cases, from simple traffic offenses and summary offenses to homicide, serious drug offenses, and other serious felonies. Ken has extensive experience with the Juvenile Justice system. He has represented children charged with crimes, as well as parents who have had their children taken by CYS.
Ken works hard to resolve all matters as amicably as possible, and he values the conservation of time, energy, and money that settlement brings. However, Ken also recognize that some matters can only be resolved through litigation, and in those cases, he is always prepared to put his wealth of litigation experience to good use. Ken has argued many appeals before the Superior Court of Pennsylvania; and has even had the opportunity to argue before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Ken resides in Springfield Township with his wife Beth and their two children. They attend Grove City Alliance Church, and are members of the Grove City Country Club, where Ken is President. Ken is an avid outdoorsman and in his free time enjoys hunting, fishing, trapping, hiking, shooting, and playing golf.