If you do speak to police and then later attempt to challenge the admissibility of that statement, keep in mind that most courts
A person who isn’t a citizen faces not only a lifelong criminal record but also runs the risk of deportation if charged and convicted of a drug crime in either Pennsylvania or New Jersey.
We salute the U.S. veterans who sacrificed to preserve and protect us. And many of us celebrate freedom of the road on this holiday. Also, due to COVID people may be more inclined to be on the roads just to get out of the house as many states are re-opening. This includes Pennsylvania and New […]
Even if you have no prior criminal history, the illegal transfer of a gun, before during or over the shutdown, could send you to a Pennsylvania State Prison for a mandatory minimum 5 years.
Pennsylvania now require faces masks for anyone working or shopping at a grocery store or pharmacy within the Commonwealth.
I have written many articles, done videos, and podcast focused on probable cause and reasonable suspicion. Some may say that I spend way too much time discussing or explaining these concepts but these issues truly are often the strongest defense in the majority of illegal drug, narcotic, gun, firearm and even drunk driving cases. If police don’t […]
What to know about Pennsylvania and New Jersey Governors’ executive order to release from county jail and state prisons.
Recently Pennsylvania and New Jersey Governors Tom Wolf and Phil Murphy signed executive orders which makes thousands of inmates eligible for temporary release in both states. The process in Pennsylvania and New Jersey is very similar and releases will begin next week. According to these orders, releases will be granted on a case by case basis. The […]
Switch to draftPreviewUpdatePermalink:http://gambonelaw.com/hate-crimes/(opens in a new tab)Edit Hate Crimes Hate crimes in Pennsylvania can be violent offenses that are added as an additional charge to other serious charges such as arson or assault. However, hate crimes do not always have to be violent. A hate crime can be a verbal harassment, assault or vandalism of […]
Is a business required to open its door during the COVID shutdown if the local, state or federal government knocks on it?
Many small business owners believe that it is simply not economically feasible to close their doors for a month without losing their businesses entirely. They want to operate despite the shutdown order