Criminal Defense – Felony Charge Dropped

May 1st, 2019
By: admin

Photo of Charles Nucciarone
Associate Charles Nucciarone, who is part of the firm’s traffic/criminal defense practice, recently represented a client who was charged with one felony count of Violation of a Child Custody Order – an offense carrying up to 5 years in prison and a $2,500 fine. After successfully moving the court to set bond in the case, Mr. Nucciarone was able to obtain evidence that showed the context of the accusations against his client and demonstrated his clients’ innocence. After multiple lengthy negotiations and discussions with the prosecutor, he was able to convince the Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney to drop the charges against his client prior to the preliminary hearing. Mr. Nucciarone’s client was able to maintain her clean record, avoid negative employment consequences, and, most importantly, reunite her family.

Should you or a loved one need representation for a criminal, DWI/DUI, or traffic case, contact Charles Nucciarone or Michael Thorsen to discuss your case and how they can help you.


This blog and the information provided has been prepared by Bancroft, McGavin, Horvath & Judkins, P.C. (“BMHJ”) for information purposes only and is not intended nor to be construed as legal advice. This blog may contain the opinions of the members and associates of this firm on various legal issues and is not legal advice. Read More