Our criminal defense law firm represents persons charged with crimes and offenses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We have represented people from every walk of life and sometimes we’ve had to represent a student accused a crime which began after a search revealed contraband on school property. Why is school different? First, its important to […]
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Its Back to School! What parents need to know about police searches and their children’s constitutional rights on school grounds in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Our criminal defense law firm represents students charged with different crimes and offenses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. While many of these cases are minor compared to many of our adult cases, they are nevertheless important, especially to the parents of these students. A criminal charge and a possible adjudication can stay with a young […]
Rental Cars and Your Expectation of Privacy Against a Police Search & Seizure – Does the law treat rental cars and your own vehicle the same?
During the summer, many rent cars to take trips to various locations outside of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Post pandemic People have different reasons for renting vehicle but usually its to save their own car from those extra miles along with the wear and tear. Outside of the summer, most of us will have to […]
What you need to know this summer and beyond about warrantless vehicle searches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Warrantless search is a major issue in all criminal defense cases but especially those involving illegal guns, drugs, narcotics, controlled substance, Drunk Driving and DWI. This is reason why our criminal defense law firm focuses so much time researching it and discussing the issue with clients and their families in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. […]
Reasonable suspicion is based not only on the officer’s observations but his knowledge and length of experience in his position
Once again The Pennsylvania Constitution offers greater protections against warrantless searches than the United States Constitution.
The Franks decision allows criminal defense attorneys to challenge search warrants if they believe police knowingly
A gathering by itself allows police to investigate the group meeting and possibly even issue a citation.