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Crime Former York County judge Tom Kelley enters diversionary program in DUI case

16:16  03 december  2019
16:16  03 december  2019 Source:   ydr.com

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26 November at 16:30 ·. Former York County judge Tom Kelley entered into a diversionary program for first-time offenders on Tuesday. Tom Kelley , 55, who's now a defense attorney in York , served on the York County Court of Common Pleas from 2004 to 2015.

Former York County judge Tom Kelley entered into a diversionary program for first-time offenders on Tuesday that will allow him to avoid a criminal conviction on DUI charges and get his record expunged.

Kelley, 55, who’s now a defense attorney in York, will have to perform 35 hours of community service; complete DUI education classes; and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow through with any recommended treatment as part of the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program. He must attend a victim impact panel and cannot drink alcohol.

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a man holding a glass of wine: Tom Kelley shares his story during the York race riot storyteller event, April 23, 2019 at Logos Academy. © Cameron Clark, York Daily Record Tom Kelley shares his story during the York race riot storyteller event, April 23, 2019 at Logos Academy.

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The York City Police Department stopped Kelley on May 29 after hearing his 2017 Mercedes-Benz SL400 accelerate and then drive at a “high rate of speed” toward the intersection of East Philadelphia and North George streets.

Police said his blood alcohol content was 0.228%. The legal limit for driving is 0.08% in Pennsylvania.

Kelley served on the York County Court of Common Pleas from 2004 to 2015. He's also a former first assistant district attorney in York County.

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A conviction for being drunk or under the influence of drugs while driving ( DUI ) in Pennsylvania is taken very seriously. A jail sentence is a real possibility. Former York County judge Tom Kelley enters diversionary program in DUI case November 27, 2019. York County restaurant inspections

26.11.2019 · Former York County judge Tom Kelley enters diversionary program in DUI case . Tom Kelley , 55, who's now a defense attorney in York , served on the York County Court of Common Pleas from 2004 to 2015.

He was part of the team that prosecuted former York Mayor Charlie Robertson as well as two white gang members in the murder of Lillie Belle Allen, a black woman from Aiken, South Carolina, killed during the York race riots of 1969.

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In a statement, Kelley apologized to those including the citizens of York, the legal community and his friends and family. He said his clients often make mistakes for which they can be forgiven and that he should’ve learned from them after 30 years in the profession.

Contact Dylan Segelbaum at 717-771-2102.

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This article originally appeared on York Daily Record: Former York County judge Tom Kelley enters diversionary program in DUI case

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