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Christopher G. Bokas

Media Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Theft by unlawful taking

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Robert C. Keller
    3. Alexander M. Ivakhnenko
    3 lawyer answers

    It's not clear to me that there's a question in there, but if you say you din not commit the crime of theft, you should not sign a confession. The Commonwealth has the burden of proof. Don't do anything against your will. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@gmail.com 610-352-7100

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  2. Recieved a letter of levy from bank sent from city. What should be done?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Robert N Braverman
    2 lawyer answers

    Allowing this matter to go this far limits your options, but one possible option (if you qualify and if it is justified) is filing a bankruptcy petition. Whatever you end up doing, make sure you do it quickly. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@gmail.com 610-352-7100

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  3. Wht can i do i got a new arrest in philadelphia i was on probtion for montgomery county but did not no they kept me on probtion

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Kotik
    2. Adam D. Zucker
    3. Christopher G. Bokas
    4. James W. Zerillo
    5. Evan T. L. Hughes
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    Your new arrest could trigger a violation hearing in Montgomery County, so try to resolve the remaining requirements of your probation. As for Philadelphia, a new conviction would never be helpful, so retain a lawyer as soon as possible. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE 610-352-7100 Christopherbokas@gmail.com,

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  4. My charges are Burglary, Crim Tres- Break into structure, Theft by unlaw taking movable prop, and Receiving stolen property.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    3. Charles Anthony Rick
    4. Shawn Michael Curry
    4 lawyer answers

    A lawyer would need far more information about your case to give you a half-decent answer. I can say, however, that the cahrges are serious and you need to contact a lawyer soon to start preparing for your defense of the case. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE 610-352-7100 Christopherbokas@rcn.com

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  5. Hi my boyfriend was locked up because three girls said he pulled out a gun but when the cops checked him he didnt have anything

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    3. Brad Victor Shuttleworth
    4. Brian M. Fishman
    5. Benjamin J Lieberman
    5 lawyer answers

    You should call a lawyer immediately. Your boyfriend will require legal representation. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE 610-352-7100 Christopherbokas@rcn.com

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  6. Why would a formal arraignment in a murder trial be canceled a day after pretrial , also what does "common pleas case created" m

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    3. Brian M. Fishman
    3 lawyer answers

    Too little information provided to answer this question. You should just call a criminal lawyer. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@rcn.com 610-352-7100

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  7. Can a person enter the ARD program twice in PA?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Ellis B. Klein
    3. John M. Walsh
    4. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    4 lawyer answers

    Yes, it is possible to get a second ARD ten years after your first. Try to fast track your case. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE 20 West 3rd Street Media, PA 19063 610-352-7100 Christopherbokas@rcn.com

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  8. Hello i have just been arrested for the first time for an under age possesion charge. Wondering if I can change my arraingment?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Mark Nickolas Longwell
    3. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    3 lawyer answers

    Don't even think about not honoring a subpoena for court appearance without obtaining explicit prior court permission. You really should hire a lawyer to get you through this case, especially since you are planning to attend college. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@rcn.com 610-352-7100

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  9. Statutory rape charges? help

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Bradley
    2. Christopher G. Bokas
    3. Evan T. L. Hughes
    4. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with my colleague that you should not make any further statements about your case on the internet and that you call a lawyer as soon as possible. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@gmail.com 610-352-7100

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  10. What should I do if a person who stole a credit card asked me to use it without knowing it was stolen and im being charged

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher G. Bokas
    2. Forest Dean Morgan
    3. Joshua Sachs
    3 lawyer answers

    I would have strongly advised against giving a statement to the police, but since you already gave one you need to move on and consult a lawyer as soon as possible. You should refrain from providing additional information over the internet. CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE Christopherbokas@rcn.com 610-352-7100

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