Case Against Two Pro-Life Students Who Chalked Sidewalk

October 29, 2021 – The Washington Times

Dennis Boyle represented two pro-life students who were arrested for protesting during the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 in Washington, DC. They were charged with defacing public property for chalking “Black Preborn Lives Matter” on a sidewalk. The case never should have been filed. Chalking is not “defacing” and a sidewalk in not “public property”.

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Dennis Boyle interview republished by Thrive Global

October 18, 2021 – Thrive Global

Dennis Boyle’s interview for Authority Magazine was recently republished by Thrive Global.

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Dennis Boyle interviewed for Authority Magazine’s “Top Lawyers” series

October 12, 2021 – Authority Magazine

Chere Estrin, CEO of Estrin Legal Staffing, interviewed Dennis Boyle for Authority Magazine. This feature is part of a series entitled Top Lawyers: 5 Things You Need to Become a Top Lawyer in Your Specific Field of Law. As an accomplished white-collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation attorney who practices throughout the United States and internationally, Dennis shares his experience and insights.

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Eight crewmen have pleaded guilty as probe continues into a record 20-ton cocaine bust on a Philly ship

April 13, 2021 – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Organized crime groups around the world are increasing in power, reach and sophistication. They corrupt governments and victimize people around the world. Attached is an insightful article from the Philadelphia Inquirer concerning the smuggling of a record amount of cocaine and the sentencing of one of Mr. Boyle’s clients. The amount of cocaine involved was over 19 tons. Mr. Boyle’s client’s sentence was 70 months.

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Grandparents’ custody rights at issue in Lancaster County case

July 20, 2021 – LancasterOnline

Mr. Boyle argued an important case concerning the rights of Grandparents in Children and Youth Services Matters.  In this matter, Lancaster County Children and Youth Services ignored the rights of Grandparents in the custody and subsequent adoption of their two grandchildren.

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