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Get Off the Megan's Law Registry...Really!
Get Off the Megan's Law Registry...Really!

We had recently blogged that folks that had committed offenses prior to April 22, 1996 were able to get off the Megan’s Law (SORNA II) Registry. A new case provides guidance. Many folks are listed on the Megan’s Law Registry with the Pennsylvania State Police, roughly ...

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  • Get Off the Megan's Law Registry...Really!

    We had recently blogged that folks that had committed offenses prior to April 22, 1996 were able to get off the Megan’s Law (SORNA II) Registry. A new case provides guidance. Many folks are listed on ...

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  • PA Supreme Court Extends Court Closures

    In a Supplemental Order to Nos. 531 and 532, which closed public access to courts, the PA Supreme Court has extended court closures through June 1, 2020. Individual County President Judges are able to ...

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  • I Want to Get off the Megan’s Law Registry Now!

    Since the inception of Megan’s Law on October 24, 1995, many folks have been seeking to get off the registry. Now there’s hope. First, let’s start with the basic understanding that society needs to be ...

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    “Stay-at-Home” Orders from every sector of the government have added a layer of need for legal clients. We have ways to assist and get you into Court. There is no doubt that over a ten-week period ...

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    In an effort to prevent overdose deaths, the Pennsylvania Legislature enacted the Drug Overdose Response Immunity Act (“Act”) to provide for immunity from prosecution for certain minor possessory ...

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