Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym 

FORMER ALLEGHENY COUNTY DUI PROSECUTOR!

Pittsburgh DUI Attorney George Heym
Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym in the News
The Law Offices of George Heym 564 Forbes Ave, Suite 810 Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-521-2628
Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym quoted in Story regarding causation in H.B.V. DUI related cases Pittsburgh DUI Attorney George Heym quoted in Story regarding Homicide by Vehicle while Driving Under the Influence Mom Pleads Guilty to endangering children Motorist to undergo trial in park death Man pleads guilty in pedestrian's death Man, 68, faces trial in slaying Man Pleads guilty to slaying of teen A Duquesne man faces sentencing March 6 for third-degree murder in the slaying of a teenager who was shot while he was sitting on his back porch. Allen Booth, 21, of North Second Street, entered the guilty plea Monday in Allegheny County court in the death of Christopher Jordan, 17, of North Third Street, Duquesne, on June 28. Common Pleas Judge Lawrence O'Toole ordered a presentence report on Booth, who faces a possible maximum term of 20 to 40 years. Booth also pleaded guilty to firearms charges. Assistant District Attorney George Heym said the evidence indicated that Booth drew the pistol, pulled back the slide to place a bullet in the chamber, then aimed the weapon at Jordan and pulled the trigger. The bullet struck Jordan in the chest, and he died later at UPMC McKeesport. By The Tribune- Review Wednesday, January 8, 2003
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Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym in the News
The Law Offices of George Heym 564 Forbes Ave, Suite 810 Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-521-2628
Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym quoted in Story regarding causation in H.B.V. DUI related cases Pittsburgh DUI Attorney George Heym quoted in Story regarding Homicide by Vehicle while Driving Under the Influence Mom Pleads Guilty to endangering children Motorist to undergo trial in park death Man pleads guilty in pedestrian's death Man, 68, faces trial in slaying Man Pleads guilty to slaying of teen A Duquesne man faces sentencing March 6 for third-degree murder in the slaying of a teenager who was shot while he was sitting on his back porch. Allen Booth, 21, of North Second Street, entered the guilty plea Monday in Allegheny County court in the death of Christopher Jordan, 17, of North Third Street, Duquesne, on June 28. Common Pleas Judge Lawrence O'Toole ordered a presentence report on Booth, who faces a possible maximum term of 20 to 40 years. Booth also pleaded guilty to firearms charges. Assistant District Attorney George Heym said the evidence indicated that Booth drew the pistol, pulled back the slide to place a bullet in the chamber, then aimed the weapon at Jordan and pulled the trigger. The bullet struck Jordan in the chest, and he died later at UPMC McKeesport. By The Tribune-Review Wednesday, January 8, 2003
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Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym accepts all credit cards
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Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym 

Former DUI Prosecutor!

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