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Mr. Matt Weintraub

Wrong Matt Weintraub?

Chief of Prosecution In the Distr...

Phone: (215) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Bucks County
610 Wistar Road
Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania 19030
United States

Company Description: Bucks County offers everything from the ballet to modern dance from the symphony to the hottest blues acts. There are off-Broadway productions to children's...   more

Employment History

  • Member, District Attorney's Office
    Bucks County
  • Chief of Prosecution. “They
    Bucks County
  • Chief of Prosecution
    District Attorney's Office
  • Chief
  • Chief of Prosecution for the Office


  • Temple Law School
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Tollefson took money for nonexistent ..., 29 Sept 2014 [cached]
Tollefson took money for nonexistent tickets and claimed some of the money would go to charity, said Matthew Weintraub, chief prosecutor at the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.
Weintraub said Tollefson booked some legitimate packages but, over time, "the wheels just fell off," and customers had nothing to show for their money.
"People thought to themselves, 'This is a great deal and a person of Don Tollefson's stature wouldn't rip me off,'" Weintraub said.
Those questions also taunt Matt ..., 10 Nov 2013 [cached]
Those questions also taunt Matt Weintraub, chief of prosecution in the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, which has worked jointly with Warminster police on the case.
"This is still very much an active investigation; we're still running down leads," says Weintraub, who was a young county prosecutor, on the job just two months, when Seann and Bryan were killed.
"No matter how insignificant you might think it is, please let us be the judge of that," says Weintraub.
Matt Weintraub, of the Bucks ..., 18 July 2013 [cached]
Matt Weintraub, of the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, said the plea deal doesn't change the facts of the case.
“Unfortunately, due to the degradation ..., 28 June 2013 [cached]
“Unfortunately, due to the degradation of the evidence, the test results came back inconclusive,†said Matt Weintraub, Bucks County's chief of prosecution. “They couldn't implicate our suspect, or rule our suspect out.â€
Like all homicides, the 20-year-old Bristol woman's case will remain open, Weintraub said, but will no longer be an active investigation.
“Personally, I'm disappointed,†he said. “But professionally I'm satisfied that we've done all that we can do to solve this case and bring some finality to it.â€
Weintraub on Friday would not call Harry Ritterson a suspect.
Weintraub said forensic experts believed from the beginning that the test was a long shot, since the evidence from the victim's body was in poor condition.
“It was stored in plastic, which we now know is a terrible medium for preserving evidence,†Weintraub explained. “Unfortunately, this is a bridge we have to cross with many old, cold cases.â€
Despite the mystery not being solved, Weintraub said that he believed the unusual investigation gave detectives the best shot at cracking the case.
“I think it was a creative way to breathe life into a cold case. I give Calkins Media 100 percent of the credit for getting us as far as we did.â€
Weintraub broke the news of the inconclusive test to Shaun's family, and told them he shared their disappointment.
“They have handled this with grace and dignity,†he said.
Updated: 10:14 pm. | Tags: Dna, Biology, Biometrics, Law_crime, Matt Weintraub, Harry Ritterson, Dna Profiling, Molecular Biology, Bristol, Reporter, Shaun Ritterson, Chief, Bucks County, Chief Of Prosecution, Calkins Media, Ritterson, Bucks County District Attorney S Office, The Courier Times, Intelligencer, Church Hill, District Attorney, Friday, Search Warrant, Judge, United States
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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