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  • PA House Passes Bill to Increase Child Abuse Vigilance in Wake of Sandusky
    PA House Passes Bill to Increase Child Abuse Vigilance in Wake of Sandusky

    Alleged perpetrator must be interviewed or attempts made under Bill. Under the PA House Bill, efforts are to be made to interview the alleged suspect of a child abuse. These efforts, while laudable, ...

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  • What is Aggravated Indecent Assault?
    What is Aggravated Indecent Assault?

    Aggravated indecent assault requires only penetration "however slight." Under Crimes Code § 3125(a) , enacted in 1990 and as amended in 1995 and amended twice and relettered in 2002, it is provided ...

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  • Differences in Pennsylvania juvenile and adult defense
    Differences in Pennsylvania juvenile and adult defense

    If your child has been charged with an offense and is destined for a trip through the juvenile justice system, one of your concerns may be whether he or she will be treated the same as an adult. The ...

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  • What if my alibi is weak?
    What if my alibi is weak?

    When police question you in connection with a crime, it is often in your best interest to remain silent. In fact, when police ask where you were at X time and on X day, both a weak and strong alibi ...

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  • Megan's Law V is Enacted into Law
    Megan's Law V is Enacted into Law

    Governor Wolf signed House Bill 631 into law, indexed as Act 10 of 2018. The registration and community notification provisions were made immediately effective. The intent of the law is to rectify ...

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  • Your professional license and criminal charges or conviction
    Your professional license and criminal charges or conviction

    Professionals who require a license to work, such as doctors, nurses and real estate agents, could risk losing their license if charged with a crime. It is important to understand the effects of ...

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