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Client Saved from 60 days in Jail and 1 Year License Suspension

| Mar 20, 2012 | Criminal Law |

attarney Dan Nevins represented a Kutztown University student charged with Driving Under a Suspended License/ DUI related – a violation of Section 1543(b) of the Pennsylvania vehicle code.
By statute, a conviction would call for a mandatory 60 to 90 day prison sentence and a one year license suspension.

Fortunately, there were many mitigating factors to point to when negotiating with the Officer. In the end the client entered a plea to a violation of Section 1501 of the vehicle code – Driving without a License and was fined $200. No jail time, no license suspension.

The attarneys at Ebner, Nevins & McAllister regularly represent individuals facing Berks County traffic tickets and license suspensions. Call our office today to get started on fighting your Berks County Traffic Citation.



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