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Caroline Donato and Pete Kratsa Launch New Podcast Series

August 13, 2019 - "Subject to Cross" is a new podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline Donato, and Pete Kratsa. Subscribe and listen on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play. Listen to episodes now: Episode 1: "Intro" Episode 2: "Getting Our Wings" Episode 3: "Top 10 Observations of a Criminal Defense Attorney" Episode 4: "Mandatory Minimums and Listener Questions" Episode 5: "Hook, Line, and Sinker" “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter E. Kratsa, both from the law firm, MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in West Chester. Criminal defense practitioners work to ensure a fair process and outcome for all individuals. Our...

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Caroline G. Donato Recognized by the Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry

May 1, 2019 - The Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry will honor Caroline G. Donato, with its 2019 Women Influencing Business Rising Star of the Year Award. Caroline will receive the award at the chamber’s annual The Women Influencing Business Dinner on June 5 at White Manor Country Club in Malvern. The annual Women Influencing Business Dinner celebrates the accomplishments of female business leaders in our community. Hundreds will gather to network and dine as the Chamber honors its Female Business Leader of the Year and Rising Star of the Year. Caroline Donato is an attorney at MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in West...

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DUI: What Most People Don’t Know (But Should)

By Caroline G. Donato- An arrest for DUI is often frustrating. The frustration doesn’t always stem from a feeling of “getting caught” or culpability, but rather, many clients are frustrated because they don’t believe the arrest was fair. A classic example: imagine going out to dinner with your spouse and friends. You have one or two 6 oz. glasses of wine over the course of a 1.5-hour dinner and stop drinking before dessert arrives. By the time you get in your car, you feel fine. It was a late dinner, so you’re tired but other than that, you do not feel...

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