The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is what is known as a ‘shall issue’ state for concealed carry licenses.
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Our criminal defense law firm represents individuals charged with a different felony and misdemeanor crimes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. These crimes range from the possession of illegal narcotics and drugs, guns, firearms, to violent felonies such as murder, manslaughter, robbery, and burglary. In some of these cases, the prosecution and police use confidential informants […]
There is a presumption in Pennsylvania that deadly force is justified and that it is immediately necessary if the person against whom force is used
Despite continued executive order in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to maintain face masks, social distancing and groups beyond 25, local police must deal with protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Riots are occurring around the country and unfortunately, in the city of Philadelphia, along in its surrounding Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Chester […]
Despite COVID, many are moving forward with their lives, especially small business owners, in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Even many medical doctors and health experts have come out against the continued “shelter in place” or “run and hide” position.
While disorderly offenses are far less serious than indictable crimes, they are nevertheless criminal offenses.
A child endangerment charge is extremely serious because they not only subject the person to a possible jail sentence, state prison, and an extended period of probation
A person is guilty of obstruction where he or she intentionally obstructs, impairs, or prevents the administration of law or other governmental function by force, violence, physical interference, or obstacle.
Not wearing a face mask or intentionally disregarding the social distancing requirements now falls under Pennsylvania’s crimes code. Disorderly conduct is a