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Jonathon Luff

Jonathon Luff

Partner at LHS Law Firm
  • Criminal Law, Divorce, Domestic Violence...
  • Pennsylvania
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Jonathon Luff Jr. was born and raised in Philadelphia. He graduated from Roman Catholic High school with honors. He attended California University of Pennsylvania on a full academic scholarship, and graduated with a degree in Sport Management as well as graduating Cum Laude.

In 2009 Jonathon began to pursue his legal career and attended Thomas Kline School of Law, better known as Drexel University. While there he participated in trial team competitions and Jonathon was instrumental in helping his team reach the finals in the national competition. Jonathon was awarded the best trial attorney award from Drexel upon his graduation in 2013. Jonathon successfully passed the bar exam and has been a practicing attorney in Pennsylvania since 2013.

Jonathan began his legal career with an intense stint with the Defender Association in Philadelphia where he was trained by some of the best legal minds in the country. He has represented thousands of people who have been mistreated and thrown through an unforgiving system. He prides himself in his relentless fight for justice. Jonathon has worked with a number of attorney’s both in Philadelphia and the Chester County area to ensure that those without a voice can be heard and that their rights are not ignored. Jonathon has handled numerous serious cases such as Aggravated Assaults, Attempted Homicides, Homicide, Rape, Firearm charges, and Drug Possession Charges, just to name a few. Jonathon is a very experienced trial attorney and prides himself on his dedication to detail and giving his client’s the best representation possible.

Jonathon also has experience in family court. He has successfully litigated a number of cases that have resulted in positive rulings for his clients. Jonathon has litigated name changes, custody cases, and divorce settlements to name a few of his achievements.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Family Law
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
Luff Strenfel LLP
- Current
Managing partner at LHS Law Firm. We are based in Paoli Pa. Team of three attorneys with criminal and family experience dedicated to finding justice for our clients.
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Defender Association of Philadelphia
Drexel University School of Law
J.D. (2013) | Law
Honors: Best trial attorney
Activities: Trial team, interned at Defender Association of Philadelphia
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California University of Pennsylvania
B.S. (2009) | Sport Management
Honors: Cum Laude
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Best Trial Attorney
Drexel University School of Law
Professional Associations
Pennsylvania State Bar # 316244
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The Barristers' Association of Philadelphia
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
professional workshop, Temple University
Tools for Success
spoke to high school kids about being an attorney and what that took. My journey and what theirs could look like if they wanted to be a lawyer.
Legal Answers
10 Questions Answered

Q. Can a Plaintiff be in violation for contacting the Defendant with a PFA?
A: While it is not a violation it does weaken your case to have one in the first place and if the defendant does violate it gives them a defense.
Q. can I fight a pending DUI that the police didn't observe me driving and don't know when I ingested the drugs?
A: Yes you can fight this. But you need an experienced attorney who has done this before. You should contact a lawyer right away
Q. What are the chances of getting a charge of Int poss contr substance by per not reg dismissed or reduced?
A: it depends but you need to contact a lawyer right away. If you have a detainer you need to hire an experienced lawyer to help you through this.
Q. My husband was arrested for sitting in a car that was not his. what would the charges be?
A: Sounds like he could be charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Or even stealing that vehicle. You should reach out to a lawyer right away.
Q. where is the line in cyber stalking?
A: No this would likely not be considered stalking. The law has not caught up to where technology has gone yet. This would not be stalking in my opinion. You can block someone from contacting you on most sites. Stalking would require continuous behavior and not just one or two creepy messages.
Q. I have a warrant to come in and be fingerprinted can they arrest me1
A: What is your warrant for? If they have an arrest warrant then yes they can arrest you. If you are turning yourself in, you should contact a lawyer and have them accompany you. You should NOT speak to the police about whatever they are bringing you in for. It is of vital importance that you call an attorney before you turn yourself in.
Q. Lease in someone elses name and the cops came in house with a warrant for me without knocking and announcing, legal? PA
A: This question has a lot of moving parts to it. If the house is not yours but the cops had a warrant for your arrest and they knew that you were in there, then there is a good argument that they would have needed a search warrant for the house to go and get you. However that will not do much for your arrest as I do not believe you have any real remedy for that. As far as what was found in the house, drugs, there is a good argument that you do not live there so the drugs are not yours. This is a factual argument for a judge or jury however.
Q. Can I use mental illness as a defense for simple assault and terroristic threats?
A: You could use your mental health as a defense to a crime. Many counties have mental health courts that specialize in cases like this. You should speak with an attorney who has experience dealing with mental health court in your county.
Q. Can a hospital call my po and give them drug test results even if my po didnt even ask for them
A: I am not sure how the hospital would know that you are on probation or parole unless you told them. I'm not sure why the hospital would care enough to do that. Ultimately I dont believe that they would do this without your consent. I do not believe that they can do this without your consent either.
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Telephone: (610) 643-4644
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