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    • 3 Reasons You Still Need to Hire a Lawyer for a Misdemeanor

      There are two main types of crimes in Pennsylvania: misdemeanors and felonies. Although a misdemeanor is less serious compared to a felony, that does not mean you should not hire a criminal defense ...

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    • What Are the Penalties for a Drug Possession Crime?

      If you were recently charged with drug possession, you’re probably wondering what the potential repercussions may be. Drug possession is a serious offense, but depending on the specifics of the ...

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    • Domestic Violence On the Rise During COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact across the globe, leading most countries, including the United States, to use stay-at-home orders to help slow the spread. However, research shows that ...

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    • Domestic Violence On the Rise During COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact across the globe, leading most countries, including the United States, to use stay-at-home orders to help slow the spread. However, research shows that ...

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    • State & Federal Agencies Bust Drug Trafficking Rings in December

      The month of December is famously associated with holiday cheer, festive gatherings, and fun winter outings. However, state law enforcement officials and federal government agents are rewriting this ...

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    • New DUI Law Cracks Down on Repeat Offenders

      Before 2016, Pennsylvania was known for its strict and confusing liquor laws. Residents of the Keystone State likely remember when stocking up for a party was essentially a video game quest of ...

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    • Domestic Violence & Protection Orders

      Not only does being accused of a domestic violence offense lead to an arrest in Pennsylvania, but it may also result in being subject to a protection from abuse (PFA) order, also known as a ...

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    • Domestic Violence Arrest Policy in Pennsylvania

      Police departments in Pennsylvania and other states take domestic violence very seriously. In fact, some of them have laws in place that make arresting the “primary aggressor” of a dispute mandatory. ...

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    • Domestic Violence On the Rise During COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact across the globe, leading most countries, including the United States, to use stay-at-home orders to help slow the spread. However, research shows that ...

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    • Prescription Drug Charges in Pennsylvania

      When you think about drug crimes in the United States, you often associate them with illegal street drugs like cocaine, methamphetamine, or heroin. Due to the national opioid crisis, however, many ...

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    • What Are the Penalties for a Drug Possession Crime?

      If you were recently charged with drug possession, you’re probably wondering what the potential repercussions may be. Drug possession is a serious offense, but depending on the specifics of the ...

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    • Drugged Driving in Pennsylvania

      Not only do Pennsylvania’s DUI laws apply to drunk driving, but they also prohibit individuals from operating or being in physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of drugs (DUID). If ...

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  • DUI
    • 5 Steps to Avoid a Holiday Weekend DUI

      Long holiday weekends – such as Memorial Day Weekend, Labor Day Weekend, and even Thanksgiving – consists of road trips, gatherings with loved ones, and other fun events. Additionally, alcohol ...

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    • How the Police Spots Drunk Drivers

      For the police to pull someone over for a DUI , they must have “reasonable suspicion” that the driver is intoxicated. To establish reasonable suspicion, the driver must either commit a traffic ...

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    • Drugged Driving in Pennsylvania

      Not only do Pennsylvania’s DUI laws apply to drunk driving, but they also prohibit individuals from operating or being in physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of drugs (DUID). If ...

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    • What to Do If the Custodial Parent Withholds Visitation

      When the divorce agreement is finalized, all parties must follow all court orders related to the official end of the marriage, including child custody and visitation. Unfortunately, some divorced ...

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    • Mutual Consent Divorce in Pennsylvania

      There are two main types of divorce : contested and uncontested divorce. A contested divorce means the couple cannot agree on one or more terms of the divorce, such as child custody, child support, ...

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    • Lt. Governor Goes on Listening Tour for Marijuana Legalization

      Pennsylvania has long been involved in the heavy debate over marijuana, and whether recreational use should become legalized for adults. Earlier this year, state lawmakers sought support for a ...

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    • State & Federal Agencies Bust Drug Trafficking Rings in December

      The month of December is famously associated with holiday cheer, festive gatherings, and fun winter outings. However, state law enforcement officials and federal government agents are rewriting this ...

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    • How Do Police Test for Marijuana Intoxication?

      Most drivers know that they can be arrested and charged with a crime if they get behind the wheel after having a few too many drinks. However, the law doesn’t specify that you must be intoxicated by ...

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    • Who Can Be Held Responsible for a Truck Accident?

      Trucking accidents involving semi-trucks and tractor-trailers are much different compared to collisions between passenger vehicles. Not only do truck accidents generally lead to catastrophic and fatal ...

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    • Car Accident Laws in Pennsylvania

      If you have been injured in a car accident in Pennsylvania, you may be wondering what your legal options in order are to recover financial compensation and pay for your hospital bills, lost earnings ...

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    • Can Drug Offenses Be Expunged in Pennsylvania?

      Having a criminal conviction on your record can have consequences that impact you for the rest of your life. Criminal background checks are a common part of seeking employment, and those with a ...

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    • Sealing Your Record May Become Hassle Free Soon!

      Did you know that one out of every three Americans has some form of a criminal record that shows up on a background check? That’s the same number of people as those who have a college degree. Yet for ...

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    • State & Federal Agencies Bust Drug Trafficking Rings in December

      The month of December is famously associated with holiday cheer, festive gatherings, and fun winter outings. However, state law enforcement officials and federal government agents are rewriting this ...

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    • What Could Be Considered "Drug Paraphernalia?"

      When it comes to drug crimes, there is perhaps no more vague of an accusation than possession of “drug paraphernalia.” In essence, this law is designed to try and stamp down on people who have tools ...

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    • Did Congress Pass a Bill Violating the Fourth Amendment?

      The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution mandates that all citizens of the United States are granted protection from unreasonable searches and seizures. This means law enforcement and other ...

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    • The Important Difference Between Murder & Homicide

      If you’ve ever seen a crime drama on television or watched nearly any newscast, you’ve probably heard the terms “murder” and “homicide” thrown around. In many cases, people mistakenly believe that the ...

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