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August 2013 Archives

Theft Charges Thrown Out at Preliminary Hearing

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a client who was charged with employee theft from a small business in Berks County. Our client was charged with removing a small sum of money from a "petty cash" box inside the business. Our client was adamant that she didn't steal any money from the business. She freely admitted that she did take money from the "petty cash" box, as that was a part of her job at the business. She claimed she took the money to exchange it for larger bills at the front register of the business.

Underage Drinking Citation Attorneys in Reading, Pennsylvania

The attorneys of Ebner, Nevins & McAllister have successfully represented many college students who have found themselves charged with Underage Drinking in Berks County courts. With classes starting up at most local universities this week it is crucial that we stress the importance of making responsible decisions when it comes to alcohol use on college campuses. Each year many students find themselves in legal trouble due to poor choices that were made while under the influence.

Terroristic Threats & Simple Assault Charges Dismissed

Attorney Ryan W. McAllister recently represented a woman who was charged with four (4) different offenses, including two (2) misdemeanor offenses of terroristic threats, 18 Pa.C.S.A. 2706(a)(1), and simple assault, 18 Pa.C.S.A. 2701(a)(3). If convicted of either of these two (2) offenses, our client was facing the possibility of jail time, or, at a minimum, several years of probation. Our client absolutely denied the allegations related to these charges, and she believed the alleged victim in the case had a "personal" vendetta against her.

Theft Case Dismissed in Berks County Juvenile Court

Attorney Dan Nevins recently secured the dismissal of felony theft charges for a young man in Berks County Juvenile Court. If found involved in the charges the boy was facing a juvenile adjudication and would be marked as a felon before even turning 18. Fortunately, Attorney Nevins was able to negotiate a resolution review Large Movie Screenwhere the young man would provide restitution to the alleged victim and in exchange the District Attorney would withdraw charges.

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