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November 2012 Archives

Client Avoids 1 Year License Suspension

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister represented a client who was charged with driving on a suspended license, 75 Pa.C.S.A. 1543(a), which is a summary traffic offense. Our client was charged with this citation in Berks County, Pennsylvania; she was facing fines and court costs of over $500.00 if convicted as well as a mandatory 1 year additional license suspension through PennDOT. Our client had just graduated from a local college and was beginning the job hunt. Needless to say, a 1 year license suspension would have an extremely detrimental effect on our client's ability to get and keep a job.

Client Not Guilty in Underage Drinking Case

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a Penn State Berks college student who was charged with underage drinking / possession in violation of 18 Pa.C.S.A. 6308. As a college student with a bright future, our client was very concerned about this being on his permanent record. Additionally, our client was facing fines and court costs in excess of $500.00 and a license suspension of 90 days. Moreover, our client rightfully wanted to fight the charges because he denied ever drinking, buying, or possessing any alcohol.

Misdemeanor Charges Dismissed

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a client who was charged with Simple Assault (18 Pa.C.S.A. 2701), a misdemeanor of the second degree, and two (2) summary charges. At the preliminary hearing, which was held in "magisterial district court" in Berks County, Attorney McAllister was able to successfully argue before the Judge that the misdemeanor Simple Assault charged should be thrown out of court.

Client Avoids License Suspension in Underage Drinking Case

Attorney Dan Nevins recently represented yet another Penn State - Berks student facing a charge of Underage Drinking for alleged incident occurring at an off-campus party. A conviction on the charge would result in PENNDOT automatically suspending the individual's license to operate a motor vehicle for a period of 90 days for a first time violation.

Misdemeanor Charges Dropped at Preliminary Hearing in Berks County

Yesterday I (attorney Dan Nevins) represented a client charged with two misdemeanor offenses following a somewhat unusual incident in Berks County, PA. He was facing a charge of Agricultural Vandalism as well as Criminal Mischief as a result of a motor vehicle accident in which his vehicle went off a road, through a farmer's fence and down a hill into a field.

Firearms Ordered Returned To Two Clients

Last week Attorneys Daniel Nevins and Julie Marburger helped two clients get their firearms successfully returned in the Berks County Court of Common Pleas.

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