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Bucks County Warrant Removed

Another client is back home with their family after Kenny, Burns & McGill successfully had their Bucks County Warrant removed. The client was being held in Philadelphia custody for various alleged violations of probation stemming from Philadelphia criminal cases. When the client spoke to his social worker in Philadelphia, he found out that he also Read More

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Money Seized Through Asset Forfeiture Returned to Our Client

Our client had thousands of dollars returned to him today after attorney Thomas Kenny successfully beat a civil asset forfeiture case in Bucks County. Civil asset forfeiture is a highly controversial issue in Pennsylvania. Under Pennsylvania’s existing forfeiture laws, the government can legally take property it claims is connected to criminal activity, regardless of whether Read More

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  • Settlement Reached in Philadelphia Amtrak Accident

    In 2015, a speeding Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia, leaving eight dead and hundreds injured. One victim hired our firm to handle her personal injury claims, and attorney Thomas Kenny was among the first to reach a settlement with Amtrak. READ MORE

  • Federal Probation Terminated–Without a Hearing

    Our client, who was sentenced to several years in federal prison and three years of probation, has been completely released from supervision after our firm filed a successful motion in federal court. The judge granted our motion without even scheduling a hearing and our client walked free.

  • Zoning Board Appeal Granted in Philadelphia

    Our firm successfully lodged an appeal with the Zoning Board of Adjustment in Philadelphia. After our firm presented the project at a local community meeting, worked with the architect to showcase the merits of the proposed structure, and publicly fought the case before the Zoning Board, our client is now permitted to begin construction. READ MORE