Raymond Driscoll is a skilled lawyer with a winning record in both criminal and civil trials. In his almost twenty years in practice, he has litigated more than seventy-five jury trials and one thousand bench trials. He has prosecuted and defended virtually every charge that spans the Pennsylvania Crimes Code. In every position he has held, he has also worked to train and mentor his fellow attorneys to help them improve their own practices. At McMonagle Perri, he focuses on Criminal and Personal Injury matters, as well as the representation of Fraternal Order of Police union members.

Mr. Driscoll came to the firm after serving as assistant chief of the Municipal Court Unit of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, the unit responsible for litigating the most felony preliminary hearings and misdemeanor trials in the city. There, he supervised some forty assistant district attorneys and organized and conducted training programs for assistant district attorneys and legal interns. Prior to that, he served as assistant chief in the Trial Division, conducting similar training and supervising approximately fifty assistant district attorneys in prosecuting felony waiver and jury trials.

During his time with the DA’s office he was also an adjunct professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. As part of an experiential learning program, he led second year law students through an intense training program in the areas of criminal law, procedure, and practice in the Municipal Court of Philadelphia.

Prior to that, he worked in private practice, defending clients charged with various criminal offenses in the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and in federal courts in other jurisdictions, including Delaware, New Jersey, and Virginia. He also brings the valuable perspective of having worked in law enforcement as a police officer. He is conversational in the Spanish language.


  • Selected to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” List


  • Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D. (2001)
  • Northeastern University, B.S. (1998)


  • Pennsylvania, 2001
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2005