You should never plead guilty to something you didn’t do! You have the right to fight these charges in a criminal and civil courtroom
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a theft charge in Pennsylvania can range from a summary offense to a much more common misdemeanor offense and even a felony charge in some cases!
Racial profiling is an issue which a criminal defense attorney may sometimes need to address if he or she is representing a member of a minority group such as African American, Hispanic, Asian, or a Native American person.
Currently, if you’re convicted of felony murder in the Commonwealth, you face a mandatory minimum life sentence.
It is sometimes in a client’s best interest to plead guilty. This isn’t something that one should do without a careful evaluation of these 5 issues.
Are you really eligible for a criminal diversion program for a felony gun charge in Pennsylvania (ARD) or New Jersey (PTI)?
Diversion programs are usually reserved for misdemeanor offenses but not felonies, especially gun crimes. Some people, however, do receive these diversion programs
Possession of Marijuana is still a crime and why the law isn’t changing any time soon in Pennsylvania despite Philadelphia’s “decriminalization.”
Allegedly 6 out of 10 Pennsylvanians want the Commonwealth to legalize the Schedule I narcotic but it remains incredibly controversially as it as seen as gateway drug into other addictions.
Could LA Rams’ Bobby Wagner be charged criminally for “flattening” a protestor during a football game on national TV? What charges, if any, will the protester face?
During this Monday Night game, millions watched a protestor, carrying a device letting out pink smoke, run onto the field during the game and Wagner, in full football uniform, delivered a shoulder block which easily took the fan to the ground.
The 5 most common questions if you run from a vehicle accident scene in Pennsylvania and New Jersey? How serious is it?
When have received many phone calls from persons in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in situations where they did remain on site and simply ran from scene. Here are our answers to the most common questions
What Parents and Students Need to Know About Vaping in and out of school in Pennsylvania & New Jersey
While vaping isn’t necessarily something that will lead to a criminal charge but rather a school sanction, it is an important issue for many of our clients and their families.