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Robbery Charges Dismissed in Philly

Client was charged with the following offenses: Robbery-Inflicts bodily injury upon another or threatens another with or intentionally with or intentionally puts him in fear of immediate bodily injury under Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 3701 §§ A1IV (F2); Theft by unlawful taking movable property Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 3921 §§ A (M2); Receiving stolen property Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 3925 §§ A; Terroristic Threats with the intent to Terrorize Another Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 2706 §§ A1 (M1); Simple Assault Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 2701 §§ A(M2); Recklessly Endangering Another Person Pa.C.S. Title 18 § 2705 (M2).

Client hires Criminal Defense lawyer Thomas D. Kenny of Kenny, Burns & McGill. After preliminary hearing at the Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice, Attorney Kenny was able to successfully have the Robbery charges discharged after a preliminary hearing today.

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