Statement of Wendy Demchick-Alloy, Candidate For Judge/Montgomery Co. Court of Common Pleas

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Wendy Demchick-Alloy has been an accomplished prosecutor for over eighteen years, serving in two counties under four administrations of District Attorneys in both Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. In the Montgomery County DA’s Office, she served as head of the county Grand Jury Unit, head of the Major Crimes Unit and head of the Sex Crimes Unit. In the Philadelphia DA’s Office, Ms.Demchick- Alloy was assigned to the Juvenile, Rape, Child Abuse and Homicide Units.

Although she has received considerable recognition for her successful prosecution of those accused of murder, rape and child abuse and molestation, her personal focus has been the need for victim representation in cases involving rape and child abuse. In 1997, while serving as a prosecutor in Montgomery County, Ms.Demchick-Alloy and her colleague Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman co-founded the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (MCAP). MCAP has grown from a handful of attorneys at the outset to over 100 pro bono attorneys in 2009. MCAP attorneys represent abused and neglected children in Montgomery County Court. As of 2009, MCAP attorneys have represented over 1,100 children. Ms. Demchick-Alloy currently serves as the organization’s Project Director.

Admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the United States Federal District Court and the United States Supreme Court, Ms. Demchick-Alloy is a member of both the Montgomery Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. She is a past member of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association. She has received numerous honors, awards and commendations from police departments throughout Montgomery County, the United States Attorney, the Montgomery, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations, the Citizens Crime Commission and many other agencies and community organizations for her successful work as a prosecutor and for her continuing commitment to protecting the rights of crime victims, specifically children.

Ms.Demchick-Alloy currently serves as Solicitor for the Prison Board of the Montgomery County Correctional Facility. She had previously been appointed as a member of the Prison Board. She has served on the United States Attorney’s Arson Task Force. She was also appointed to serve on the United States Attorney’s Terrorism Task Force, established after September 11, 2001.

Ms. Demchick-Alloy is past President of the Board of Directors of Victims Services Center of Montgomery County. She presently serves on several Boards of Directors including The Academy In Manayunk, a school for children with learning disabilities, Montgomery Child Advocacy Project, Norristown Police Athletic League and Security On Campus, an agency committed to safety on the nation’s college campuses. She is a member of the Management Team of Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center, a multi-disciplinary center for child abuse investigations in Montgomery County. She is also a member of the Office of Children and Youth Childrens Roundtable of Montgomery County, working with members of the Montgomery County bench and other professionals, improving and expediting services to children who are in the Montgomery County court system.
Ms. Demchick-Alloy has been a member of the Montgomery Bar Association for over fourteen years, serving on the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee, the Judiciary Committee and continues to serve on the Bench Bar Committee. She has also served as Chair of the Criminal Rules Committee, Youth and the Law Committee and the Child Advocacy Committee.

Ms. Demchick-Alloy often presents training seminars to professionals and law enforcement throughout the region on topics ranging from forensics in a murder case to the prosecution of rape and child sexual abuse cases. She is a frequent guest lecturer at many schools, colleges and universities in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas. She is often a guest participant on several television and radio talk shows.

She has successfully prosecuted many high profile cases including assisting former District Attorney Bruce L. Castor, Jr. in the prosecution of Commonwealth vs.Guy Sileo also known as The General Wayne Inn murder case. She successfully prosecuted the case of Commonwealth vs. Paul Bellina, known as the “Naked Neighbor” homicide in Upper Gwynedd.

Ms.Demchick-Alloy graduated Cheltenham High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in 1978, graduating summa cum laude. During her freshman year, she studied in Tel Aviv University, Israel. She graduated from Villanova Law School in 1981. She is married to Dr. Curtis A. Alloy for over 27 years and they have two daughters, twenty-two-year old Zoe and seventeen-year-old Tess.


Villanova Law School
Villanova, PA.
Juris Doctor 1981

Northeastern University
College of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice 1978
Graduated Suma Cum Laude

Tel Aviv University American Program
Tel Aviv, Israel


Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (MCAP)
Co-Founder (1997) and Project Director

Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office
1994-2004, Assistant District Attorney

• Captain, Grand Jury Unit

• Captain, Major Crimes Unit

• Captain, Sex Crimes Unit

Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office
1980, internship; 1981-1987, Assistant District Attorney
• Juvenile Unit

• Child Abuse Unit

• Rape Unit

• Homicide Unit

• Admitted to Pennsylvania Supreme Court, October, 1981
• Admitted to United States Supreme Court, November, 2002
• Admitted to United States District Court, April 2006
• Member, Philadelphia Bar Association, 1981-8
• Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1981-present
• Member, Board of Directors, Support Center for Child Advocates, 1985-9
• Member, Board of Directors, Philly Kids Play It Safe, 1986-9
• Member, Child Abuse Prevention Effort (C.A.P.E.), 1984-5
• Child Advocate Attorney, Support Center for Child Advocates, 1990-1994
• Member, Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, 1994-2004
• Member, Board of Directors, Victim Services Center of Montgomery County, 1994-9
• Member, Inn of Court, Montgomery County, 1995-2000
• Member, Montgomery Bar Association, 1995-present
• Chair, Criminal Rules Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 1997-2000
• Chair, Child Advocacy Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 1999-2008
• Co-Chair, Youth and the Law Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 2002-5
• Member, Board of Directors, Montgomery Bar Association, 2000-2003
• Member, Executive Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 2001-3
• Member, Bench Bar Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 2002-present
• Member, Judiciary Committee, Montgomery Bar Association, 2003-2007
• Member, United States Attorney’s Terrorism Task Force, 2001-3
• Member, United States Attorney’s Arson Task Force, 1995-6
• Founder,Director,Board member, Montgomery Child Advocacy Project,1997-present
• Board member, Montgomery County Correctional Facility Prison Board, 2005-8
• Prison Board Solicitor, Montgomery County Correctional Facility, 2008-present
• Board member, Security On Campus, Inc., 2004-present
• Board member, Victim Services Center of Montgomery County, 2005-present
• President, Board Of Directors, Victim Services Center, 2007-8
• Board member, Academy In Manayunk, 2006-present
• Board member, Norristown PAL (Police Athletic League), 2008-present
• Member, Childrens Roundtable of Montgomery County, 2006-present
• Member, Management Team, Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center, 2008-present

• Distinguished Child Advocate Award, Support Center For Child Advocates, Philadelphia, 1994
• United States Department of Justice, Victim Advocate Award, 1994
• Victim Advocacy Award, Temple University Institute On Disabilities, 2000
• Honorable Louis B. Stefan Law Enforcement Award, Montgomery Bar Foundation, 2003
• Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office Commendations, 1996, 2001,2004
• Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, Homicide Detectives Division Commendations, 1996, 2001,2003
• Hatboro Police Department Commendation, 1998
• Cheltenham Police Department Commendation, 1999, 2002, 2004
• Lower Providence Police Department Commendation, 1999
• Lower Merion Police Department Commendation, 2001,2004
• West Pottsgrove Police Department Commendation, 2003
• Abington Police Department Commendation, 2004
• Whitemarsh Police Department Commendations, 2003, 2004
• Montgomery County Emergency Services Commendation, 2003, 2004
• Plymouth Police Department Commendation and Award, 2004
• Citizens Crime Commission Merit II Award, Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, May 17, 2006
• Pennsylvania Bar Association Everyday Leader Award, 2006
• John C. Webber Human Services Award, Montgomery Foundation, 2006
• American Bar Association, General Practice/Solo Division, Difference Makers Award, 2007
• Humanitarian Award, Shomrim Jewish Law Enforcement Association, 2008
• 2008 Vocational Award, Rotary Club

• Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR), Philadelphia
• Parents Of Murdered Children, Philadelphia
• Parents Action Network (Department of Human Services, Philadelphia)
• Support Center for Child Advocates, Philadelphia
• Philadelphia Police Department
• Office of Children and Youth Services, Montgomery County
• Victim Services Center, Montgomery County
• Police departments (over 40 departments from throughout Montgomery County)
• Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association,Pennsylvania District Attorneys Institute
• Temple University Institute On Disabilities, Harrisburg and Philadelphia
• Villanova Law School, Death Penalty Symposium
• New Jersey ARC (Association of Retarded Citizens)
• Gratz College Graduate Program Training for Teaching Professionals (prosecution of sex crimes and child abuse cases to social workers, nurses, health care professionals, teachers), Philadelphia
• Abington Hospital S.A.N.E., Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program
• Temple University,Philadelphia and Ambler, Montgomery County campuses, guest lecturer
• Gwynedd Mercy College, Montgomery County, guest lecturer
• Bucks County Law Enforcement Training
• New Jersey Attorney Generals Office, Atlantic City, Raritan, Camden
• Philadelphia Police Department, Crime Scene Investigation and Firearms Identification Units
• Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section, Pittsburgh meeting, Guardian Ad Litem in Family Law Proceedings
• United States Attorney (Eastern District of Pennsylvania) Law Enforcement Training Seminar, Investigating and Prosecuting Child Sex Trafficking
• Television and radio appearances include A&E national network show, City Confidential: “Murder in Merion”, regarding the high profile murder and perjury prosecution, Commonwealth vs. Guy Sileo also known as The General Wayne Inn Murder case (prosecuted in 2001 with District Attorney Bruce L. Castor, Jr.); Also appeared and participated in many local Philadelphia TV and radio talk shows, topics including but not limited to high profile cases prosecuted such as the General Wayne Inn murder case, the case of Commonwealth vs. Paul Bellina, also known as the Naked Neighbor case (homicide committed by one neighbor against another in Upper Gwynedd, Montgomery County). Other local TV and radio talk shows included local stations Channel 3, 6 and 10 (local NBC, CBS and ABC affiliates), CN8 cable network as well as local radio stations WWDB FM Talk Radio and 1210AM Talk Radio.

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It's time to turn over the corrupt status quo of every jduge in Norristown being a Republican - and Demchick-Alloy is a Republican.

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