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  • Collateral Consequences for Professionals with Criminal Convictions
    Collateral Consequences for Professionals with Criminal Convictions

    A criminal conviction may have severe repercussions for a professional career and licensing Certain state or federal convictions may make a person ineligible for many state, federal and municipal ...

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  • Custody Trials- What to Expect
    Custody Trials- What to Expect

    A custody trial occurs when conciliation or mediation has failed and the parties go to the next step; allowing the court to determine their fate. In prior articles, I have discussed how to begin the ...

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  • Unlawful Entry onto a School Bus
    Unlawful Entry onto a School Bus

    Perry County mother charged with unlawfully entering school bus to help a son she thought was ill Reviewed by Attorney Jeffrey B. Engle, Esq ., Shaffer & Engle Law Offices, LLC Published: Saturday, ...

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  • Preparing for Court- Look Your Best
    Preparing for Court- Look Your Best

    It is always important to look your best Attending family court and conferences with clients always can provide some surprises from the court or the conference officer. You must know your case, study ...

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  • Preliminary Hearing 101
    Preliminary Hearing 101

    It's important to have counsel for the preliminary hearing Once you've been cited or arrested for a crime, the next procedure you will face is the preliminary hearing. Once bail has been set, in the ...

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  • A Case with Too Many Unanswered Questions
    A Case with Too Many Unanswered Questions

    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Perry County, 246-CR-2011 v. Tara Keener Charge: Unauthorized Entry onto a School Bus, 18 PaC.S.A. §5517 Tara Keener, a married, registered nurse and mother of two young ...

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