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Gun Charges Dismissed

Criminal attorney Thomas Kenny was able to successfully get gun charges dismissed in Philadelphia court. The transcript charged our client with violations of Title 18 Crimes Code: Section 903 Conspiracy; Section 6105 Violation of uniform firearm act Former convict not to possess; Section 6117 Violation of uniform firearm act Altering Firearms; Section 4911 Tampering with public records; Section 6111 Violation of uniform firearm act illegal transfer of firearm; Section 2706 Terroristic threats; and Section 4904 Unsworn falsification to authorities. ALL DISMISSED. It was a great day at the courthouse for Attorney Kenny and our client.

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