Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams couldn’t have found a better friend than Mohammed N. Ali. Whenever Williams wanted an escape from Philadelphia to the sunny beaches of Punta Cana, or if he was in the market for a new couch, or even if he just needed some cash, the Feasterville businessman was there to accommodate the district attorney, Ali testified in federal court Thursday morning.
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Welcome to the 2017 Professional Excellence supplement. This year we honored three notable attorneys, one attorney for lifetime achievement, Distinguished Leaders and Lawyers on the Fast Track.