Once again The Pennsylvania Constitution offers greater protections against warrantless searches than the United States Constitution.
Traveling over the river and through the woods? States that will honor your concealed carry this Christmas and beyond!
If you’re traveling outside of Pennsylvania this Christmas or Holiday season and want the security of carrying your handgun or firearm—BEWARE! You just can’t jump in your car with your gun and hit the road, especially if you headed over the bridge into the states of Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey or New York! Don’t assume distance matters […]
Individuals who fail to understand their constitution rights and limitations are usually in the worst position if and when they find themselves charged with a crime
The 3 most common criminal offenses related to “saving spots” during winter snowstorms
New Jersey and Pennsylvania have dramatically different laws regarding handguns and firearms
One of the lesser known consequences of a controlled dangerous substance offense (CDS) is the potential for a driver’s license suspension.
Despite restrictions in New Jersey & Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Police, over this Thanksgiving weekend, recorded the same number of drunk driving arrests (18) this year as they did in 2019.
While New Jersey and Pennsylvania have restricted indoor and outdoor gathering, many will ignore executive orders to stay home this Christmas and holiday season.
The majority of drug induced homicide cases don’t involve traditional drug dealers but rather friends of the overdosed decedent.
Under the new law, a New Jersey criminal court can now broadly consider as a mitigating factor whether a person under the age of 26 would have acted differently.