Rich Wagner is a graduate of the Dickinson School of Law. He resides with his wife Teresa in Lower Paxton Township.
He is a long time partner at Wagner and Spreha and focuses his practice on criminal defense, family/custody law, personal injury and municipal law.
Ed Spreha is a partner at the Harrisburg law firm of Wagner and Spreha. A graduate of Bishop McDevitt High School, the University of Pittsburgh and Widener University School of Law, he has been living in Central PA since 1978.
In 1997, Ed started his career as a Deputy District Attorney in the Dauphin County District Attorney's office. He prosecuted criminal cases including DUI's and administered the ARD program while working in the Dauphin County District Attorney's office. He joined his present law firm in 2002 where he defends citizens accused of criminal conduct.
Ed is also associated with the PA Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He regularly lectures for the Minor Judiciary Education Board, where he conducts the annual motor vehicle and DUI updates for the district judges across Pennsylvania. He served as the 2016 President of the Dauphin County Bar Association.