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Successful Results on Gun Charges

Sound familiar? Getting stopped in the big city when your African American for a broken rear taillight? Client gets stopped by police in Philly for having an unregistered firearm in car stop. Clients gets charged for various VUFA charge violations of the crimes code in Pennsylvania in the Crimes Code. Client is an otherwise upstanding citizen who possessed a license to carry a firearm but simply forgot to re-register. Client charged with Sections 6106 and 6108 of the crimes code for unlawful possession of a firearm that he owned! Client hires Thomas D. Kenny of Kenny, Burns & McGill who is able to successfully get client into the ARD program so he will have no record. A very happy client.

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