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Supervised Release: Judge Says “No Violation”

Following arguments by federal criminal defense attorney Thomas Kenny, a federal judge ruled this week that our client on federal supervised release would face no violation penalties in connection with multiple infractions allegedly committed while on supervision. As a result, our client will walk free next week and will no longer be subject to the Read More

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Probation Supervision terminated WIN

Client. a person with 72 plus former arrests received probation for selling narcotics in Philly. This charge is known as Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance. (PWID). Later client gets picked up for a probation violation and gets sent to jail. Client hires Thomas Kenny of Kenny, Burns & McGill to represent him. Read More

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