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October 2012 Archives

PFA Order Dismissed in Reading, PA Case

Yesterday I represented a client facing a protection from abuse order in the Berks County Court of Common Pleas. His mother-in-law had sought this order and a had alleged that my client had made various verbal threats to her over the telephone during a dispute. Unfortunately, my client and his mother-in-law have previously been invovled in custody litigation and it is my belief that this influenced her decision to seek relief in the form of a PFA.

Underage Drinking Client Avoids 1 Year License Suspension

I recently represented a local college student in a Berks County, PA facing a second charge of underage drinking. A conviction on such a summary offense would result in PENNDOT suspending her license to operate a motor vehicle for one year, among other things. Since we were unable to get the result we were looking for at the District Court level, we had to get creative.

Charges Dropped Against Our Client

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a client in district court in Berks County on charges of "Operating a Vehicle without an Ignition Interlock Device Installed", 75 Pa.C.S.A. 3808, which is a misdemeanor under Pennsylvania State law, punishable by a fine of up to $1,000.00, imprisonment of up to 90 days, and an additional one (1) year license suspension. Our client was, in fact, driving a vehicle without an interlock device installed. However, our client was under the impression and belief that he was allowed to be driving a vehicle without an interlock device.

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