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    “We hired Tim to represent our son in a criminal matter. We will forever be grateful for the extremely favorable outcome - thank you Tim! This guy is, without any doubt, the best I have ever dealt with!”

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    “Tim is an extremely professional and knowledgeable lawyer. Throughout my legal case, Tim's confidence and understanding of the legal system made me feel extremely comfortable.”

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    - Former Client
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Threepeat in York County: Tim Gets 3 Cases in York County Courts Filed

Its been a busy last week or so in York County Courts. We had 3 consecutive cases filed in York County Courts. These Courts include the District Courts in YorkBiddeford and the Superior Court in Alfred. The 3 cases involved various charges, including AssaultCriminal ThreateningTheft and Refusing to Submit to Arrest or Detention.  

A "filing"  is a legal procedure discussed in Rule 11B of the Maine Rules of Unified Criminal Procedure. Essentially, a filing is simply a delayed dismissal.  If the defendants in these cases do not commit new criminal conduct within the filing period - usually a year - the cases are automatically dismissed. Unlike a deferred disposition, a filing does not require that the defendant enter a plea. Rather, the cases are simply dismissed after the filing period elapses.

Congratulations to our clients on these results.

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