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MM&D partner Rich Daubenberger interviewed on NBC 10 about the Bill Cosby case

February 3, 2016

MM&D partner Richard C. Daubenberger, Esq. is interviewed on NBC 10 about the legal technicalities in the ongoing Bill Cosby proceedings.  Click the link below. Daubenberger NBC10 Interview Daubenberger NBC10 Interview 2  

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MM&D Associate Christopher M. Brown, Esq. donates his time to Wills for Heroes.

December 14, 2015

MM&D associate Christopher M. Brown participated in Wills for Heroes in Coatesville, PA on December 12, 2015. Wills for Heroes is a pro bono program offered by the Pennsylvania Bar Association where volunteer attorneys and paralegals gather to prepare simple Wills, Durable Financial Power of Attorney and Living Will/Health Care Directives free of charge for military Veterans, first responders (paramedics, firefighters and police officers) and their spouses to thank them for their public service and the risks that they take in doing so. Chris himself assisted in the preparation of 15 estate planning documents and while the only risk he took was sacrificing a Saturday, the first responders and their spouses were nearly as thankful as Chris is for their dedication to helping others and serving their country/community. Chris is an experienced estate planner and litigator and is accredited by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. Wills for Heroes is anticipated to be offered again in Chester county in March 2016.

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Attorney Lucas A. Clark, IV elected as a Radnor Township Commissioner

December 3, 2015

In the Special and General Elections this past November 3, Luke Clark was elected Commissioner for Radnor Township Ward 3 for both the unexpired term ending in January and the next four-year term from 2016-2020.  Luke won both elections by garnering 58% of the vote and was sworn in on November 9 by The Honorable Ann Osborne.  Radnor has seven voting Wards with each Ward having one representative Commissioner on its Board of Commissioners, which handles all of the township’s legislative and executive functions.  Luke will represent approximately 4,500 residents and is very excited to serve.

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Satisfied client to MM&D, “You guys rock!”

October 7, 2015

After being arrested and charged with felony drug offenses, this defendant retained MM&D criminal defense attorneys to work on the case.  The news of the arrest hit the local papers due to the high number of marijuana plants allegedly recovered from the client’s residence. After several court appearances the case was resolved with a negotiated plea by which the client avoided state prison.  Instead of measuring his sentence in years, he served a number of months at the county jail.  The satisfied client took the time to send some kind word to the firm to express his satisfaction and gratitude. Click on the image to the right to read the full size letter.

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Labor Day Weekend DUI Crackdown

September 1, 2015

Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Transportation Leslie S. Richards announced that, “even though the number of people killed in drug- and alcohol-related crashes decreased [in 2014, PennDOT] and law enforcement will not reduce our efforts to make Pennsylvania roads safer.  Enforcement and education efforts occur year round, but will be especially focused through the upcoming holiday travel period.”  Combating impaired driving is one of the Department of Transportation’s most important functions. Statewide, drug- and alcohol-related crash fatalities decreased from 512 in 2013 to 485 in 2014.  Last year, there were 144 alcohol-related crashes which resulted in 16 fatalities over the Labor Day weekend in Pennsylvania.  PennDOT maintains data for the past ten years of traffic fatalities on its website. Pennsylvania State Police and local police departments across the state will add their efforts in enforcing the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” initiative through the Labor Day holiday weekend.  Many of Pennsylvania’s County DUI Task Forces, the Pennsylvania State Police and local law enforcement will conduct checkpoints and roving patrols as part of this weekend’s DUI crackdown.  Funding comes from part of PennDOT’s statewide distribution of $4.6 million in federal funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Pennsylvania’s per se…

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