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Mr. Matt Weintraub

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Chief of Prosecution

Email: m***@***.us
Bucks County

Employment History

  • Chief of Prosecution for the District Attorney's Office
    Bucks County
  • Chief Prosecutor
    Bucks County
  • Chief of Prosecution
    District Attorney's Office
  • Chief of Prosecution for the Office
    Bucks County District Attorney´s
  • Chief
  • Chief of Prosecution for the Office


  • Temple Law School
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Pictured are Board of Supervisors ..., 19 Dec 2015 [cached]
Pictured are Board of Supervisors Chairman Dan McPhillips, Chief of Police James Donnelly, and Matt Weintraub, Chief of Prosecution for the Bucks County District Attorney's Office by Warminster's Drug Dropbox.
Matt Weintraub, chief of ..., 24 Nov 2015 [cached]
Matt Weintraub, chief of prosecution for the Bucks County District Attorney┬┤s Office, conducts a news conference Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Southhamption. Matt Weintraub, chief of prosecution for the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, conducts a news conference Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Southhamption. Bradley C Bower/For The Inquirer
Matt Weintraub stood behind a podium Tuesday morning near the spot where, 30 years ago, four of his friends were killed in a drunk-driving accident that the Bucks County coroner at the time called "one of the worst I've ever seen."
Weintraub, now the chief of prosecution for the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, was 16 years old at the time of the crash. Now, he had a message for those who might consider driving under the influence over the Thanksgiving holiday, a period notorious for drunk driving.
"If you are going to drink and drive," he said, "we are going to catch you."
Flanked by representatives from local police departments, Weintraub announced the launch of a special task force comprised of 20 officers from nine Bucks County police departments that are to patrol the Street Road corridor in Lower Bucks County from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. starting Wednesday night in a crackdown on holiday-related drunk driving.
Pennsylvania had 499 crashes and 13 fatalities attributed to impaired driving over the Thanksgiving weekend in 2014. Of those crashes, 16, including one death, occurred in Bucks County.
Zero DUI arrests is the goal, Weintraub said, while conceding that is highly unlikely. He chided would-be drunk drivers that, in a world of Uber and Lyft, there is "no excuse."
Weintraub was at the same party, but happened to ride in a different car that night.
Weintraub gave a speech to his fellow students after the accident.
"It could have been us, and maybe we could have stopped it, and now it's too late," he said, according to an Inquirer article at the time.
After the press conference, Weintraub reflected on that time of loss.
"I was stunned and then numb and then angry and then sad," he said. "I just didn't know how to function."
Weintraub had with him Tuesday his senior year yearbook, which featured a page dedicated to Ball and Freedenberg, who would have graduated with him.
"I'm fortunate that I got to do something about it," Weintraub said of the tragedy. "It's always been on my mind."
"We intend to vigorously prosecute the ..., 11 Aug 2015 [cached]
"We intend to vigorously prosecute the defendant for the murder of his 2-year-old son," Matt Weintraub, Bucks County's chief of prosecution, said in an email.
We are going to meet this ..., 15 Dec 2014 [cached]
We are going to meet this challenge on January 5th and I think either a judge or a jury is going to get it right," said Bucks County Chief Prosecutor Matt Weintraub.
Meet the Attorneys--Bucks County District Attorney's Office, 23 Oct 2012 [cached]
Matthew D. Weintraub Chief of Prosecution Mr. Weintraub is a graduate of Temple Law School. He first joined the office as a legal intern in 1992. In 1993, Mr. Weintraub joined the office full-time as an Assistant District Attorney. Currently, Mr. Weintraub serves as Chief of Prosecution, and as a Trial Team Coordinator. Mr. Weintraub is responsible for the prosecution of all manner of criminal cases, including homicides and other major crimes.
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