Maureen Flannery Spang, Esq.
Maureen Flannery Spang is the Legal Resource Prosecutor for the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association.
Maureen has significant criminal justice experience, particularly in state and federal appellate courts. She attended the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. and graduated magna cum laude in 2004. After law school, she had the privilege of serving for two years as law clerk for the Honorable William W. Caldwell in the Federal District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. Following her clerkship, Maureen took a position as an Assistant District Attorney with the Office of the District Attorney in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. During her tenure at the office, she had primary responsibility for appellate work on capital cases. Maureen also worked on a full range of appellate cases in state and federal court, including brief writing, argument and Post-Conviction Relief Act hearings. In addition to appellate work, she also prosecuted a variety of felony and misdemeanor cases from pretrial to post-trial, served as the Right-to-Know appeals officer for various police departments, and kept staff and police departments apprised of changes to Pennsylvania criminal law. She remained with Bucks County until moving to Chambersburg in 2014. Since relocating, Maureen has continued to work for Bucks County drafting appellate briefs.
Maureen is a central Pennsylvania native. She currently serves on a number of local boards in an effort to make a positive local impact and give back to the Franklin County community. Maureen and her husband reside in Chambersburg with their daughter and son.