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Detainer Lifted Montgomery County

Detainer Lifted Montgomery County. On a late Friday night, Montgomery County Criminal Lawyer Thomas D. Kenny CEO/President of Kenny, Burns McGill was having a business dinner to discuss new business ventures with an old client. Suddenly a call comes in from a new client. Client is frantic and crying hysterically. It seems she is on probation in Montgomery County and Chester County and has just been notified that she has an active arrest warrant in Philadelphia. Philly PD claim that client is assaulted two other women in a drug rehabilitation facility. Attorney Kenny quickly surmises that in fact, the other woman were making fun of client’s medical conditions and tried to hurt her first. This is why you hire Montgomery County Criminal Lawyers like Kenny because self-defense must be carefully analyzed when discussing an assault case.

Attorney Kenny turns in Client in Philly and gets the client ROR bail, meaning she can go home. But it doesn’t stop there. With a phone call only, Kenny is able to keep Chester County from arresting client on a detainer but is not so fortunate in Montgomery County. Client gets detained and goes into Montgomery County Correctional Facility (M.C.C.F.) when probation department lodges her detainer.

To make matters worse, Client is a single mom of three very young children and must leave her loves while she gets jailed. Detainer lifted Montgomery County. Kenny files a motion to lift detainer and obtains a hearing with the Courts.

Attorney Kenny asks the Honorable Court to lift the detainer and allow the client to go home after almost sixty days in custody. The situation becomes even more precarious because the Montgomery County Probation Department and the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office wants client to serve another four months in jail!

Fortunately for client, on December 2, 2020, the Judge sides with Kenny and lifts client’s detainer allowing her to be home with her children on his upcoming holiday. Great win! Detainer lifted Montgomery County.

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