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August 2012 Archives

Client Avoids Jail in Traffic Case

attarney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a client in the Berks County Courts who was charged with Driving on a Suspended License under Section 1543(a) of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code. Since our client had several prior convictions of the same exact charge, he was facing a mandatory thirty (30) days in Berks County Prison, with a maximum of six (6) months. Our client had never been convicted of any misdemeanor or felony offenses, and he was a employed full-time in the community; quite simply, our client just had a semi-poor driving record.

Kutztown University Student Avoids 1 Year License Suspension in DUS/1543A Case

This morning I represented a young man facing a traffic citation in a Berks County District Court. He was charged with Driving Under a Suspended License at section 1543(a) of the vehicle code. If found guilty of that offense he would face an automatic one year suspension of his operating privilege by PENNDOT.
Fortunately, we were able to resolve the case with a plea to the lesser offense of Driving without a License which results in a fine, but no loss of license.

Consent Decree for Client in another Juvenile Robbery Case

Today I was able to secure a consent decree for a 13 year old client that had been charged in a Reading, PA Robbery. A Consent Decree is a way in which a Juvenile may earn the right to clear his record through supervision and community service. In this particular case we had an uphill battle due to the serious nature of the offense. Fortunately, the young man now has the opportunity to avoid a felony record and a juvenile placement facility.

Client Saves $2,000 in fines in Montgomery County, PA Traffic Case

Yesterday I represented a client facing three summary traffic citations in Limerick, PA. The allegations included violations of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code at sections 1301, 1786 and 7124. Essentially, he was alleged to have illegally operated a tractor-trailer that was not insured and had a bogus license plate. The fines and court costs added up to over $2,000 in addition to the possibility of a license suspension and jail time.

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