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May 2011 Archives

Juvenile Decertification Granted in Reading PA Robbery Case

Today, I (Attorney Dan Nevins) represented a 17 year old young man on allegations of armed Robbery. Under those circumstances, it was considered a "direct file" offense. This means that although the defendant is technically a juvenile, he was prosecuted as though he was an adult. When I undertook representation of this client several weeks ago my immediate objective was to get his case transferred from adult court to juvenile court. This was particularly important since he was facing the possibility of a 5 year mandatory minimum sentence if he was ultimately convicted in adult court.

License Suspension Avoided in Work Zone Speeding Case

Today I (attorney Dan Nevins) represented a client in a district court in Berks County PA on a speeding citation in a work zone. My client was charged with operating his vehicle 30mph above the speed limit while in a work zone. Based on Section 3365(c)1-30 of the Pennsylvania vehicle code this could mean an automatic 15 day suspension and 5 points on his driver's license. Luckily, I was able to discuss the matter with the State Trooper who agreed to reduce the charge based on the specific circumstances. In the end, my client pled guilty to a 2 point offense with no license loss.Inflatable Ball

License Suspension Avoided in Work Zone Speeding Case

Today I (attorney Dan Nevins) represented a client in a district court in Berks County PA on a speeding citation in a work zone. My client was charged with operating his vehicle 30mph above the speed limit while in a work zone. Based on Section 3365(c)1-30 of the Pennsylvania vehicle code this could mean an automatic 15 day suspension and 5 points on his driver's license. Luckily, I was able to discuss the matter with the State Trooper who agreed to reduce the charge based on the specific circumstances. In the end, my client pled guilty to a 2 point offense with no license loss.Inflatable Ball

License Suspension Avoided in Work Zone Speeding Case

Today I (attorney Dan Nevins) represented a client in a district court in Berks County PA on a speeding citation in a work zone. My client was charged with operating his vehicle 30mph above the speed limit while in a work zone. Based on Section 3365(c)1-30 of the Pennsylvania vehicle code this could mean an automatic 15 day suspension and 5 points on his driver's license. Luckily, I was able to discuss the matter with the State Trooper who agreed to reduce the charge based on the specific circumstances. In the end, my client pled guilty to a 2 point offense with no license loss.Inflatable Ball

Underage Drinking Citation negotiated down to Disorderly Conduct in Berks County Summary Appeal

Today I represented a Kutztown University student charged with violating 18 Pa.CSA Section 6308 - the Underage Drining statute. The penalty for such an offense includes fines and a 6 month driver's license suspension. Additionally, many employers and professional licensing boards frown upon alcohol related convictions. In this particular case my client had represented himself at the District Judge level and had been found guilty despite the apparent weaknesses in the Commonwealth's case.bouncy castle canada

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