Please check out: 



  • Autism Institute, Gwynedd Mercy College, What You Need to Know About Autism and the Criminal Justice System, 2019
  • Panelist, Building Bridges Autism Conference, Phila, PA, 2019
  • U.S. Autism Association Annual  Conference:  Everything You Need to Know About  Autism & the Criminal Justice System, 2018
  • NAA: Autism and the Criminal Justice System
  • National Institute of Health (NIH), Washington, DC
  • Gwynedd Mercy College: Autism & the Law
  • Philadelphia Defenders Assn: The Client with Autism
  • Philadelphia Bar Institute: The Autistic Defendant
  • La Salle University Autism Conference, Transition:  ASD and the Law
  • International Symposium on Cognitive Research and Disorders, Florida:  ASD: Behaviors and the Law, 2017; Preventing Special Ed Litigation, 2018
  • Center for Autism: Co-Presenting with Dr. Isabelle Henault: Autism and the Law: Behaviors, Concerns and Legal Cases


Carol Weinman has been practicing criminal law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for over 25 years and specializes in  autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  As a former Philadelphia Prosecutor, Weinman understands how prosecutors think and the perspective of defense attorneys and prosecutors.

Weinman has committed her practice to defending and advocating for individuals with ASD who are arrested, disciplined, suspended and bullied.  Her knowledge and experience as an attorney, certified autism expert  and proud parent  of a son with ASD  provide her with the unique  insight and expertise to advocate for children, teens and adults with ASD who find themselves in legal trouble and who deserve much more in educational institutions.

Our firm specializes in helping individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder get their legal needs met and arrive at the best possible outcome.

                  Carol S. Weinman, Esq., C.A.S.

     Legal Consultant/Certified Autism Specialist
​          Autism Mitigation Specialist 

      Behaviorist, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

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(215) 715-2361

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