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Sexual Assault of Minor Case – Prosecution Withdrawn

Content Warning: Alleged Sexual Abuse of Minors The criminal defense team at Kenny, Burns & McGill is thrilled to announce that a serious case involving one of our clients has been abandoned by the prosecutor, or “Nolle Prossed.” This term comes from the legal Latin phrase nolle prosequi, which means “unwilling to pursue” or “no more Read More

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Client’s Bail Reduced by $25,000

Kenny, Burns & McGill is pleased to announce a recent and successful motion to reduce a client’s bail by $25,000. The team at Kenny, Burns & McGill frequently handles difficult cases, many of which include violent allegations. In the United States of America, everyone has a right to due process. We believe that each person Read More

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Detainers Lifted in Montgomery County

When a defendant has criminal charges pending in more than one jurisdiction at a time, it is possible for one jurisdiction to detain the client until both counties have resolved their charges — unless that person hires an attorney to get the detainers lifted. One such client recently had this issue in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Read More

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Murder Charges Downgraded; No Life Sentence

At Kenny, Burns & McGill, we are proud to stand up for our clients’ constitutional rights, even if they have been accused of terrible crimes, including murder. Every defendant has a family who cares about them. Every defendant is a person who, even if they have made an awful mistake, deserves punishment that fits the Read More

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Not Guilty!

Our client, a manager of a local business, was arrested on charges of simple assault and recklessly endangering another person when a co-worker’s alleged that our client injured her. Our client promptly hired Thomas Kenny of Kenny, Burns & McGill to represent her in relation to the criminal charges. Our client, a business professional, wanted Read More

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Philly Aggravated Assault Dismissed

It’s a good day for one of our clients, who had their charge of aggravated assault dismissed today! Our client was arrested for Aggravated Assault (Title 18 Section 2702 Subsection A), a Felony of the Second Degree; Simple Assault (Title 18 Section 2701 Subsection A), a Misdemeanor of the Second Degree; Recklessly Endangering Another Person Read More

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Civil Rights Action Survives Attack from City Solicitor

Civil rights lawyer Eileen Burns recently filed a lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia on behalf of an inmate who was the victim of a vicious attack in a Philadelphia prison. Part of the claims against the City are called Monell claims, in which attorney Burns alleged that the City had allowed a practice or Read More

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Strangulation Charge Dismissed in Levittown | MDJ-07-1-04

One of our criminal defense clients was facing simple assault and strangulation charges from an incident which allegedly took place in his home in Bucks County. The charge of strangulation is defined as: 2718. Strangulation. (a) Offense defined.–A person commits the offense of strangulation if the person knowingly or intentionally impedes the breathing or circulation Read More

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Client’s Criminal Record Completely Erased

One of our Philadelphia clients has been granted a full expungement of their criminal record, making it impossible for anyone to use that information against him in the future. This client was originally charged with a number of crimes (including aggravated assault and simple assault). Several of the charges against him were dismissed, and he Read More

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