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  • Custody and Dealing Civilly with the Holidays
    Custody and Dealing Civilly with the Holidays

    In most instances, those couples that are newly divorced or going through separation are having difficulties with parenting as well. Here are a few tips for dealing properly with one another without ...

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  • Expungements, Pardons and the New Clean Slate Law
    Expungements, Pardons and the New Clean Slate Law

    * Expungement - The removal of information so that there is no trace or indication that such information existed. The elimination of all identifiers which may be used to trace the identity of an ...

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  • Engle Named Independent General Counsel for the Harrisburg ICA
    Engle Named Independent General Counsel for the Harrisburg ICA

    At its meeting held on April 24, 2019, the Harrisburg Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority (“ICA”) named Jeffrey Engle, Esq. as its independent general counsel. The ICA consists of a five member ...

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  • "Chalking Tires" is an Unconstitutional Search

    In the wake of U.S. v. Jones (GPS device attached to the car to monitor movement- illegal search), the 6 th Circuit Court of Appeals has rendered a similar determination. That is, the monitoring of ...

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  • Use of
    Use of "Similar Crimes" Evidence by the Defense

    In Pennsylvania, we tend to hear about how the prosecution is able to use “evidence of prior bad acts” to show the defendant’s character only if it’s being used to prove “motive, opportunity, intent, ...

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  • Date Rape and the Defense of 'Mistake of Fact'
    Date Rape and the Defense of 'Mistake of Fact'

    I have dealt with many sexual assault cases in the past where there is a genuine mistake of the fact as to whether or not the victim has consented to the particular circumstances that lead to the ...

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