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Bench Warrant Cleared for Client in Berks County Case

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Today Attorney Dan Nevins handled a Bench Warrant that had been issued in Berks County due to an alleged failure to comply with Berks County Probation and Parole. The client contacted Attorney Nevins after learning of the Bench Warrant which would have resulted in immediate incarceration.

After several days of phone calls, restitution payments and probation office visits Attorney Nevins was able to secure a withdrawal of the warrant without having the Client locked up or even appearing before a Judge.Inflatable Air Dancer

If you are facing arrest or an outstanding bench warrant in Berks County, Pennsylvania you need an experienced criminal defense attorney at Ebner, Nevins & McAllister LLC. The attorneys of ENM Law are very well versed in local Berks County procedure to ensure the smoothest possible resolution to your bench warrant. Call today for a promptly scheduled consultation – your freedom may depend on it.

Client Avoids State Prison with a Sentence of House Arrest

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

I (attorney Dan Nevins) recently represented a client charged with Robbery in Berks County, Pennsylvania. It was alleged that he had passed a threatening note to a bank teller demanding money which she then turned over to him. The unique thing about the case was that the incident occurred several years ago and through a combination of reasons the case did not come to court until late 2011.
The evidence against my client was strong and included DNA and the sequenced money being found in his possession. The Commonwealth was seeking a state prison sentence of 1 to 3 years.
My client, I believed, deserved better than that. In the years since this crime occurred he had truly turned his life around for the better and there was evidence to prove that.
We decided to take an open plea – rejecting the Commonwealth’s offer of 1 to 3 years, but accepting responsibility for the crime and asking the Court to consider a more lenient sentence.
In the end my client recieved a legnthy probation sentence along with 9 months of House Arrest. Fortunately, he will be home and able to care for his newnborn child while his wife works.

There are several sentencing alternatives availble for criminal charges in Pennsylvania.