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.
Kensington is a neighborhood in Philadelphia that is between the Lower Northeast section of Philly and North Philadelphia. Kensington is not the same as the former Kensington District which is now commonly referred to as Fishtown. Kensington has no official designation which means that its boundaries may vary between sources and over time. Kensington is known for its large working-class Irish Catholic community. Kensington is home and birthplace to the Irish Mob or K&A Gang.
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