Blog Posts

Temporary Suspension of In-Person Criminal Hearings

December 18, 2020

All clients of Musi, Malone, and Daubenberger please be advised that the President Judge has Ordered all Delaware County Preliminary Hearings scheduled through Jan. 1 be continued without need of appearing due to the pandemic.  You will receive new notice via mail of your court date.

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Partner Richard Daubenberger Successfully Defends BLM Protestor

August 7, 2020

Partner Richard Daubenberger successfully defended an alleged Felony 1 Burglary looting charge that stemmed from a valid and lawful BLM protest in Montgomery County.  All criminal charges were withdrawn by the Commonwealth at the close of the testimony from the Preliminary Hearing.

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FOURTH ORDER EXTENDING POSTPONEMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICE

July 22, 2020

Delaware County President Judge Kevin Kelly postponed ALL community service sentencing conditions imposed by the courts or domestic relations as a result of the ongoing judicial emergency/pandemic.  Please note that this Order does NOT reduce the hours that must be performed, but rather temporarily delays the performance thereof.

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Client Testimonial

June 24, 2020

Client Testimonial   John M.   I was injured in a motor vehicle accident in New Jersey. As a Pennsylvania resident with insurance coverage written in Pennsylvania it was initially believed that I would be subject to the limitations under New Jersey law known as Verbal Threshold. That law doesn’t allow for personal injury recovery in many motor vehicle accidents that take place in New Jersey. The team at Musi, Malone & Daubenberger, LLP, quickly determined that I was not subject to any such limitations. They then prosecuted my personal injury claim and got me a large cash settlement.

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Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Emergency Extension – Criminal Division

June 8, 2020

Pursuant to the June 5, 2020 Order of the Honorable Kevin F. Kelly, President Judge, Delaware County courts have increased the criminal case maximum to ten cases per hour during the ongoing judicial emergency Emergency Order – Criminal Section, as Amended

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