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Conshohocken Criminal Defense Attorney

Conshohocken Criminal Defense Attorney

In Philadelphia, criminal cases begin in the Philadelphia Municipal Court, which serves a similar function as Magisterial District Courts. In the Philadelphia Municipal Court, testimony is taken from witnesses for use at Trial and for the Municipal Court Judge to decide which charges, if any, will proceed to the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. Both the Philadelphia Municipal Court and Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas are located in Center City Philadelphia, just around the corner from our office.

Some criminal cases, such as traffic offenses and other minor infractions, are only heard at the Magisterial District Court level (or the Municipal Court level in Philadelphia) and do not proceed to the Court of Common Pleas unless they are appealed by the defendant or the District Attorney.

Conshohocken Criminal Defense Attorneys

Conshohocken is a borough on the Schuylkill River. Conshohocken is located in Montgomery County and is considered a suburb of Philadelphia. Conshohocken is historically a large mill town and home to many manufacturing and industrial businesses. Conshohocken has become a center for riverfront commercial and residential development with the decline of the manufacturing industry.

Crimes that Criminal Defense Attorneys Kenny, Burns and McGill defend
Violent Crimes, Drug Trafficking, Drug Possession, Domestic Violence, Warrants, Parole Violations, Murder and Attempted Murder, Sex Crimes, RICO, Federal Offenses, White Collar Crimes, Weapon Offenses, Grand Jury, DUI

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    1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
    Suite 520
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
    Phone: 215-423-5500
    Fax: 215-231-9847
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