Board of License and Inspection Review WIN for Kenny, Burns & McGill. Client who was a professional residing in Philadelphia County who possessed a license to carry to a firearm had his permit application denied for failing to report a criminal offense. Client had a previous domestic charge for an alleged assault on a paramour in Delaware county. The domestic charges were withdrawn however, client neglected to report the incident to the Licensing authority, thus the denial.
Client hired Thomas D. Kenny, of Kenny, Burns & McGill to prosecute his appeal through the City complicated and sometimes arcane appeal process.
After Attorney Kenny filed the timely appeal, a Board hearing was held via Zoom and Kenny’s team prevailed: See below
|Board of License and Inspection Review Notice of Decision
|—— THOMAS D KENNY, ESQ . 1500 JFK BLVD.,SUITE 520 PHILADELPHIA, PA 19102
|NOTICE : 09/08/20
|Appeal Number ——-
|Document being Appealed Gl 9-00096
|Date of Decision 09/08/20
|Firearm Permit Disapproved
|The Board of License and Inspection Review, having held a public hearing in the above numbered appeal, after proper public notice thereof, has decided the appeal is: ISSUED All Decisions issued herein are subject to the following condition(s): AMENDED APPLICATION
|Note: All appeals from this decicision are to be taken to the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County within thirty (30) days from the date of this decision. In order to pursue your appeal in Common Pleas Court, you must order the Notes of Testimony from your hearing before the L & I Review Board. To order the Notes of Testimony, you should contact U.S. Legal Support, the court reporting agency, at 877-479-2484. Your aDDeal cannot proceed without the Notes of Testimony.
Nice WIN for Kenny, Burns & McGill and client! Board of License and Inspection Win