Stewart Ryan is an experienced trial lawyer who has litigated dozens of cases to verdict. Prior to joining Laffey, Bucci & Kent, Stewart served as Assistant Chief of the Trials Division in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office.
As a prosecutor, Stewart handled a wide variety of cases including homicides and violent crimes but he specialized in prosecuting and investigating crimes of sexual violence perpetrated against adults and children, as well as cases of physical child abuse, child exploitation, domestic violence, and elder abuse. He received numerous commendations for his tireless efforts on behalf of victims and courtroom successes.
During his time at the District Attorney’s Office, Stewart also prosecuted a number of high profile cases including Commonwealth v. William H. Cosby Jr. In that case, he presented the testimony of past victims, handled a number of critical cross examinations, and made the final closing argument before the jury returned its guilty verdict.
Stewart has demonstrated a track record of fierce and passionate advocacy on behalf of individuals who have been injured or harmed. Whether a person has suffered emotional or physical injuries as a victim of crime or has been hurt through the negligence of others, he treats every case the same with the goal of achieving justice for his client.
Stewart is a proud graduate of La Salle College High School, Franklin & Marshall College, and Widener University School of Law.