Criminal Defense Lawyers life. Last week was a busy week at Kenny, Burns & McGill. Here’s the rundown:
Client was charged with Felony Arson (18 Section 3301) and Felony Causing or Risking a Catastrophe (18 Section 3302 A) among other criminal charges. The prosecution was trying to tie the client into a deliberately set car fire by a security video taken by a neighbor. Attorney Kenny argued that the admission of the video would violate Rule of Evidence 901 (11) which required proper authentication of any video evidence produced. The Judge agreed and when the prosecutor could not authenticate the evidence dismissed the case. Philly Criminal Defense Lawyer.
A client was being charged with Drug offenses namely drug dealing under 780-113 Section A30 and was given a Nebbia order. Client hired KBM and Attorney Kenny was able to secure proper surety bond information and was able to get the Nebbia order removed allowing the client to make bail and go home. Philly Criminal Defense Lawyer.
Another client was being charged with drug offenses namely drug dealing under 7800113 Section A30 and was facing possible incarceration. After describing the clients plight to the Sentencing Judge, Attorney Kenny was able to secure a probation sentence for his client. Bucks County Criminal Lawyer.
Another client was facing a mandatory 90 day jail sentence for a second DUI under Section 3802 with a rate of alcohol over .16. After hiring the team at KBM, attorney Kenny advised client to go right to in patient rehab for thirty days. Attorney Kenny was able to negotiate only a 45 day sentence and further the client was deemed to only be a first offense DUI under 3802 and with the 30 day credit for inpatient time, the client was given 15 days of sentencing all of which could be served on restrictive probation at home on house arrest so no jail at all. Wonderful result for client. Bucks County Criminal Lawyer.
Another client was faced with two counts of Indirect Criminal Contempt stemming from a PFA violation. The Client had been in jail for over a month for the second offense ICC. Attorney Kenny was able to secure clients immediate release from prison and client rejoined his family. Montgomery County Criminal Lawyer.
A juvenile client was being faced with gun possession charges under Section 6110.1 which is a misdemeanor of the first degree for possession an extended clip firearm on the streets of Philadelphia. Facing a permanent record, Attorney Kenny was able to secure a deferred adjudication which allows client to have no record as long as he stays out of further trouble. A great victory for the firm. Juvenile Criminal Lawyer.
Another client was being charged with disorderly conduct section 2C:33-2A(1) in New Jersey and hired KBM. Attorney Burns was able to secure a letter from the client’s medical provider and was able to get the prosecutor to dismiss all charges against her client. New Jersey Criminal Lawyer. If you ever have a criminal problem anywhere anytime call or text the team at Kenny, Burns & McGill at (215) 423-5500. Criminal Defense lawyers life.