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April 2013 Archives

Bench Warrant Cleared for Client in Berks County Case

Today Attorney Dan Nevins handled a Bench Warrant that had been issued in Berks County due to an alleged failure to comply with Berks County Probation and Parole. The client contacted Attorney Nevins after learning of the Bench Warrant which would have resulted in immediate incarceration.

Charges Expunged in Berks County Criminal Case

Attorney Julie Marburger secured an expungement of criminal charges for a Berks County client last week after petitioning the Court of Common Pleas. The client was originally charged with Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor but Attorney Dan Nevins was able to get the case dismissed at the District Court level.

Motion for Early Termination of Probation Granted in Berks County

Attorney Dan Nevins successfully petitioned for the early termination of probation for two Berks County clients recently. In each case the client was saved from many months of additional supervision and restrictions which would have lead to family hardships and limitations on employment. While most people on probation are required to complete the full term of their original sentence, Attorney Nevins was able to articulate numerous reasons for exceptions for these clients and win the early termination.Angels Camp

Simple Assault Case Dismissed in Berks County District Court

Attorney Dan Nevins secured a dismissal of criminal charges for a client charged with Simple Assault today in West Reading, Pennsylvania. The client had never faced any type of criminal allegations in the past and was clearly very concerned over the prospect of dealing with the criminal justice system. Fortunately, the case was dismissed at the preliminary hearing level.

OSHA Warns Construction Workers of Fall Hazards

Construction workers have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. They are constantly working with heavy machinery at dangerous heights. They are also exposed to electricity, falling objects, and are constantly working with heavy pieces of lumber and other dangerous materials. While there are an abundance of dangers in construction, falls are considered the leading cause of death according to reports by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration.

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