Bench warrant and detainer lifted. Delaware County Criminal Defense Lawyer and Philadelphia County Criminal Defense Lawyer Thomas Kenny helped out two clients recently.
Yesterday, Attorney Kenny showed up in the Media Courthouse, Delaware County where his client was arrested over the weekend on a Bench Warrant for failing to appear on a criminal matter. The client was charged with multiple counts of identity theft, access device fraud, theft and receiving stolen property.
The client had failed to appear since August of 2019, almost a year before covid. After explaining the clients challenges to the Honorable Court, the bench warrant was lifted and new unsecured bail was issued for Kenny’s client and she was allowed to leave George C. Hill Correctional Facility later on that day…
Meanwhile, last week in Philadelphia, client was facing a gagnon 2 hearing with a Judge to determine if he was in violation of his probation for non reporting for over a year and a half. Same problem as the bench warrant, this client absconded from supervision before covid struck.
Attorney Kenny was able to produce defense witnesses and evidence to show the Honorable Court that the client was deserving of a second chance and lifted his detainer after argument. Delaware County Criminal Lawyer and Philadelphia County Criminal Lawyer.
The law firm of Kenny, Burns & McGill has 90 years of experience fighting for the rights of those who have been accused of criminal conduct and injured people. Thomas Kenny was a former Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia who knows all the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. Kenny and his team has tried thousands of cases and always strives for excellent results and service. If you have a legal problem, call or text us today at (215) 423-5500 for a free consultation. Call anytime.
Bench warrant and detainer lifted.