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Criminal Defense Lawyers life

Criminal Defense Lawyers life. Last week was a busy week at Kenny, Burns & McGill. Here’s the rundown: Client was charged with Felony Arson (18 Section 3301) and Felony Causing or Risking a Catastrophe (18 Section 3302 A) among other criminal charges. The prosecution was trying to tie the client into a deliberately set car Read More

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Goodbye gun and drug charges

Goodbye gun and drug charges. Client was involved in a car stop where the Philly police stop and him and search his car. They recover drugs and a gun. They arrest him for multiple charges including possession of a firearm by a felon; carrying a firearm without a license; carrying a firearm on the streets Read More

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Felony Aggravated Assault dismissed

Felony Aggravated Assault dismissed. A man and a woman enter a pizza shop in Center City Philadelphia where the man gets into an altercation with four men where things start to get physical. One of the males pulls out a gun and threatens to kill the man. Police are called. The woman talks to the Read More

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Felony theft gun dismissed

Felony theft gun dismissed. A client is accused of multiple counts of felony 2 theft charges of a gun relating to an alleged recovery by police on the street after a stop and frisk in Philly. Client decides to hire Criminal Defense Lawyers Thomas Kenny of Kenny, Burns & McGill. The Commonwealth contended that the Read More

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