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Commonwealth v. Fry

Lehigh County has a policy that prohibits people who are charged with DUI drug, other than marijuana, from receiving ARD. Last week, I had such a client but was able to convince the Commonwealth to make an exception. I was able to help my client to avoid a jail sentence, avoid a conviction, avoid a

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Commonwealth v. C Servo

On Monday, instead of defending against my motion to suppress my client’s blood test result, I was able to convince the Commonwealth to amend the charges and agree to a plea for a lesser offense. I saved my client 90 days in jail, 6 months of license suspension and a significant amount of fines.

Commonwealth v. A Aldo

Today, I had a client facing a 1st Degree Felony Aggravated Assault and other charges. He was looking at a minimum of 27 months in state prison. I successfully negotiated a plea agreement to 2 misdemeanor charges and he was sentenced to county prison and is work release eligible. Nobody wants to go to prison

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Commonwealth V. KM Basa

Today, I had a client facing a 1st Degree Felony Aggravated Assault and other charges.  He was looking at a minimum of 27 months in state prison.  I successfully negotiated a plea agreement to 2 misdemeanor charges and he was sentenced to county prison and is work release eligible.  Nobody wants to go to prison

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Commonwealth v. B Finn

I helped a graduate student get a DUI disposition that was no conviction and no license suspension despite the fact that he had refused to give blood!  A refusal is normally treated as the highest level blood alcohol content which would require a license suspension.