Kennett Square Crime

Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Kennett Square, PA or anywhere in the US.

Recent Crime News

Kennett Square Law

I had a DUI in PA that was expunged and I plan to travel to Canada. Will this be an issue?
I was convicted in 2012, completed A.R.D. in 2013, and by the time I plan to travel in June 2014 it will have been expunged. I've heard that this can result in inadmissibility at the border. I also understand that admission is largely at the discretion of the border agent. I don't want to get turned around after a 9 hour drive. What should I do?
This should not be a problem as you were not convicted of a crime if you were put on ARD. That's the beauty of ARD...
Can i apply for my citizenship if i got charged with two dui's in the state of delaware in 2011?
I got sentenced to serve a 60 day sentence and a year probation. I completed a drug and alcohol course and attended AA meetings. I have not gotten into anyother problems since then.
Yes, you can apply for citizenship. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney to help you with this...
What does case being placed on a criminal trial list mean?
got a dui in west chester pa. no suspension of license. open container no beer in it. on bail. applied for ard program and its in process.....hearing is in december. just recieved a letter saying case was placed on a criminal trial list. and has a different date. and also has the original hearing date as well. what does this mean? what does criminal trial list mean/
Having the case on the trial list means that the case is not yet resolved and you should expect to prepare for trial or...
Whats the difference between dismissed and withdrawn?
Got a dui and the cop had no training in dui or dui sobriety field testing. And over all the judge withdrew the careless driving and dimissed the dui. Whats the difference in withdrawn and dismissed? Thank you
With respect, the judge cannot withdraw the charges. You may misunderstand what actually occurred. Have you discussed...
Will my 4 points affect my second dui that I am fighting
I already have 4 points from previous cases now I have a second dui case will my points affect the dui case that I am fighting
It shouldn't affect the merits of the case but it has the potential to affect the outcome based on not having a clean...
My main question is, am I able to travel freely or do I need to cancel my trip?
Hello everyone, I got a DUI back in December. I had booked a trip to Europe before the DUI. I'm now curious if I am able to travel BEFORE my preliminary hearing? My preliminary is in March, my trip is in February
Have a great time in Europe. Just make sure you don't miss any court hearings and stay in touch with youregard lawyer.
Passed sobriety test but still got cited: Will I be found guilty or not guilty? Is there enough evidence to find me guilty?
I was walking, alone, back to my dorm. A security guard said I was stumbling (which might have been me distracted on my phone, etc). I got into my dorm building and she stopped me and told me she called a cop from public safety and they needed to test my sobriety. I was annoyed saying "this is ridiculous" "I'm not doing anything wrong" "I'm just trying to go to my room and go to bed". Furthermore, the cop conducted a field sobriety test, and made me walk a straight line. I passed, but he said I just passed; but either way, I passed. He then asked me if I was subjecting myself to a breathalyzer test and I said no because I know my rights and I know I don't have to. He told me that he was starting to smell alcohol on me and I responded that I hadn't been drinking. I asked him if we were done and if I could leave and he said I could leave and I wasn't getting an underage. Then, a week later I get a citation in the mail saying "defendant admitted to consuming liquor or malt beverages while under the legal age of 21" which I know 110% I did not do and is a blatant lie. Also, since I passed the sobriety test, doesn't that protect my claim of being sober?
This sounds like a case that could likely be resolved with a lesser charge or an acquittal if you approach the matter...