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Digital Sex Crimes: How Texts and Posts Can Get You into Trouble

While it’s not breaking news that people are on their phones nonstop these days, it may be news to many that there’s a chance the texts and images they send Read More

How Does a Criminal Record Affect Your Future?

Arrests and criminal charges, even if they did not result in a sentencing or jail time, can lead to unpleasant repercussions. Your job prospects, housing and even child custody can Read More

What Happens If You Violate Your Probation?

In Pennsylvania, judges have wide latitude in setting the terms of probation, a period of correctional supervision that serves as an alternative to incarceration. It is similar to parole, which Read More

Why Hire a Local Criminal Defense Attorney?

When you are facing criminal charges, you are best served by a criminal defense attorney familiar with the local court system and its judges and procedures. Local attorneys not only Read More

If You Provide Drugs to a Person Who Dies, You Face Homicide Charges

Under Pennsylvania law, “Drug Delivery Resulting in Death” (DDRD) is considered a homicide, carrying a potential prison sentence of 40 years — and higher if the victim is under 13. Read More

What Happens When a Night Out on the Town Turns into a Night in Jail?

Here’s a common scenario. You go out for a night of fun with your friends. One drink turns into three and three drinks turn into six. Before you know it, Read More

Can You Get a Marijuana DUI in Pennsylvania?

Medical marijuana is legal in the state of Pennsylvania but it is illegal to operate a vehicle under the influence of the drug, regardless of why you took it. According Read More

Public Intoxication Charges Can Damage Your College Prospects

College is a time for studying, self-discovery and, for many, parties. There’s no denying that alcohol consumption is a big part of the college experience for many young people. However, Read More

How an Attorney Can Help Defend You Against Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence is a very serious criminal charge. In Pennsylvania, it can be either a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the conduct of the alleged abuser and other factors, Read More

Get Assistance with a Gun Application to Avoid Accidentally Committing a Felony

According to Pennsylvania state gun law, the falsification of information on applications for gun permits is a third-degree crime that could result in criminal charges — including felony charges. In theory, Read More

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