Chester County DUI Lawyer Michelle Fioravanti

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Chester County Theft From Cars – Keep Your Car Doors Locked

Chester County Theft From Cars – Keep Your Car Doors Locked

Chester County police are investigating the theft of valuables from cars in Tredyffrin Township.  Last Tuesday and Wednesday night thieves struck at the Daylesford Lakes and Chesterbrook developments. They entered unlocked vehicles during the overnight hours, helping themselves to iPods, laptops, cell phones, GPS units, US currency and credit cards. The total take on this local crime spree is unknown. Please keep your eyes open and your car doors locked if you live in the area. Facing criminal charges? Contact the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or visit www.fioravantilaw.com for an experienced criminal...

Fatal DUI Driving Under the Influence in Northeast Philadelphia

Fatal DUI Driving Under the Influence in Northeast Philadelphia

A Northeast Philadelphia man has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and vehicular manslaughter as the result of a fatal automobile crash.Just after midnight on November 13, 2012, while at Bustleton Avenue and St. Vincent Street, 33 year old Robert Bregnzer from Mayfair allegedly caused a crash that killed two others. It is reported that Bregenzer was driving a 2001 GMC Yukon east on St. Vincent when he ran a red light and struck a Honda Accord headed south on Bustleton, knocking it into the northbound lanes. The Honda then collided head-on with a Jeep Cherokee. According to reports Bregenzer was either under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash. Police found syringes, pills and other drugs in his vehicle at the...

No Jail Time for Multiple DUIs and Retail Thefts

No Jail Time for Multiple DUIs and Retail Thefts

The wife of Pennsylvania Budget Secretary Charles Zogby does not get jail time for 2 DUIs, shoplifting and fleeing and eluding police. On Tuesday a Pennsylvania Common Pleas Court Judge sentenced the woman to probation instead of jail. Even though Zogby committed all her crimes within 2 year – including 2 DUIs within 3 months – all the convictions under the law are first offenses, instead of counting as repeat offenses that could result in prison. Zogby could have received jail time for the fleeing and eluding police offense, but instead received 3 years supervised probation. The fleeing and eluding resulted in Zogby’s first DUI arrest in July 2011 in Cumberland County, when police stopped her Volvo after a 10 minute pursuit by putting strips on...

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