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January 2015 Archives

ENM Law News: Suppression Motion Granted

Attorney Dan Nevins secured a victory for a client charged with illegal Firearm Possession after filing a motion to suppress evidence in the Berks County Court of Common Pleas. The client was charged with Receiving Stolen Property, a Felony 2 and Firearms not to be Carried Without a License, a Felony 3. A conviction on one or both counts would have certainly led to a lengthy state prison sentence.

Spotlight Issue: Probation/parole violations (Gagnon II hearing)

Parole is a period of court supervision that begins with a prison sentence. Probation is a period of court supervision that does not include any incarceration. County supervision is handled by the Berks County Adult Probation and Parole Office. State supervision is usually handled by the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole. While the sentences and hearings for probation violations and parole violations are sometimes different, the supervision requirements for probation and parole are generally the same.

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