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Bail Reduction in Philadelphia: $350k to $45k

While courts remain mostly closed, Attorney Thomas Kenny still succeeded in securing a massive bail reduction today for a client facing gun charges in Philadelphia. Our client, who was already facing charges in several unrelated matters, was recently arrested on the suspicion of firing a gun at an unoccupied car, as well as trespassing and Read More

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Arrest Warrants Resolved in Delaware County

A client — we will call him Malik Rayburn — recently contacted our office after learning that he had multiple arrest warrants issued against him in Delaware County. Anyone who has ever dealt with arrest warrants knows that you must take action very quickly. Otherwise, you run the risk of being arrested by police at Read More

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Bail Reduced and Charges Dropped in Montco

During the coronavirus pandemic, our attorneys have been advocating at every turn to get our incarcerated clients’ bail reduced, detainers lifted, out of jail to return home to their loved ones. Just as the coronavirus was starting to take hold in Pennsylvania in the middle of March, we were hired to represent a client at Read More

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Sunday Bail Hearing in Philly

Client had a felony robbery domestic warrant in South Philly. The charges included: Robbery-Inflict Serious Bodily Injury 18 § 3701; Theft by unlawful taking- Movable property 18 § 3921; Receiving stolen property 18 § 3925; Terroristic Threats with the intention to terrorize another 18 § 2706; Simple assault 18 § 2701; and Recklessly endangering another Read More

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Bail Reduced on Gun Case in Philly

Client was facing gun charges including VUFA 18 CC 6106 (firearms not to be carried without a license) and VUFA 18 CC 6108 (possessing firearms on the street of Philadelphia) at the Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice in Philly. Client was given a bail of 100,000 dollars following his bail hearing, primarily because Read More

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Successful Bail Hearing at Philly CJC

Bail was set today for a client of Kenny, Burns & McGill who was arrested late Wednesday night for charges relating to an armed robbery with a firearm. Charges included “Person not to Possess Firearm as a Prior Convict” and “Robbery, Felony of the First Degree.” The very next day, Attorney Tom Kenny walked into Read More

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Criminal Defense Clients Released Within Hours in Philadelphia

At 2 o’clock this morning, Attorney Tom Kenny got a call from two people who had just been arrested. He appeared at their arraignment at the Philadelphia Criminal Justice Center within hours–on a Saturday–to advocate on their behalf. Mr. Kenny was able to convince the court to release both clients on “Release on Recognizance” (ROR) Read More

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