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February 2013 Archives

Not Guilty Verdict in Reading, PA Harassment Case

On February 14, 2013 Attorney Dan Nevins successfully defended a Berks County man charged with Harassment in connection with an incident occurring the previous month in Reading, Pennsylvania. Harassment is a summary offense in Pennsylvania and is punishable by fines and up to 90 days in jail. In this particular case a Berks County Magisterial District Judge found the client not guilty following testimony and Attorney Nevins' argument at the Reading, PA summary trial.

Client Avoids Jail Time in Berks DUI Case

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a client who was charged with a 1st offense DUI in Berks County. Our client was charged with DUI at the "highest rate" since his blood alcohol content was greater than .16%. Therefore, our client was facing a mandatory sentence of 72 hours in jail and a 12 month license loss if he was convicted. In order to avoid the jail time and lower the license suspension, Attorney McAllister initially applied our client to the "ARD" Program. However, based on the specific facts of the case, our client was denied entry into the ARD Program by the Berks County District Attorney's Office.

Suppression Motion Granted in Reading PA Felony Drug Case

On February 11, 2013 attorney Dan Nevins won a motion to suppress evidence in a Possession with Intent Deliver case in Reading, Pennsylvania. The client was facing a 2 year "school zone" mandatory minimum sentence if he were to be convicted of the allegations. As a result of the Judge's decision all evidence discovered as a result of the illegal search and seizure will be inadmissible.

Furnishing Alcohol To Minors Charges Dismissed Following Preliminary Hearing

This week attorney Dan Nevins represented a Berks County client charged with the seven counts of the misdemeanor offense of furnishing alcohol to a minor. It was alleged that a mother and father had "furnished" alcohol to their son and six of his friends after police arrived at their residence and found the teenagers drinking alcohol in the basement.

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