Two More Successful Pardons! DUI and Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana
The Pennsylvania Pardons Board met on May 17, 2023, and voted to recommend that two Scaringi Law clients receive pardons from the Governor.
In the first case, our client was convicted in 2009 of a DUI, graded as a Misdemeanor of the first degree, on the way home from a charity event in which he was raising money for a fellow first responder who needed financial support. Thankfully, there were no accidents or injuries. Our client cooperated fully with law enforcement during the investigation and prosecution and timely completed all court-ordered tests and treatment. However, this conviction has weighed heavily on him over the years. He has been very concerned about the impact of this conviction on his career. Our client then and now has led an exemplary life and has continued to actively support veterans and first responder organizations to this day.
In the second case, our client was convicted in 2009 of two Felony counts for Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana. Our client was in college at the time and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol. He was caught selling marijuana to undercover informants at this fraternity house. Since this conviction, our client has turned his life around, has been clean and sober for several years now, became a top scholastic achiever in college, and completed his degree program. He wishes to move up in his career to better provide for himself and his family. The pardon and expungement of these Felony drug delivery convictions will help him do so.
If you are interested in hearing more about how we can assist you through the pardon process, do not hesitate to contact Scaringi Law at 717-657-7770 and schedule a consultation with one of our pardon attorneys.