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  • Miranda Warning and Its Application to Juveniles
    Miranda Warning and Its Application to Juveniles

    WHAT ARE A CHILD'S RIGHTS WHEN QUESTIONED BY POLICE IN SCHOOL? By Beth Hawkins | Published Fri, Jun 17 2011 10:06 am Reviewed by Attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, Criminal Law Division Leader, ...

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  • Reasons to get a juvenile's record expunged
    Reasons to get a juvenile's record expunged

    Many parents make the mistake of assuming that a juvenile's arrest record is automatically sealed once he or she turns 18. That is not the case. According to the Office of Juvenile Justice and ...

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  • Underage Drinking; Several Things You Need to Know
    Underage Drinking; Several Things You Need to Know

    Aside from a hefty fine, there are several important things to know about the crime of underage drinking. The crime of underage drinking found in 18 Pa.C.S. Section 6308 is defined as follows: "A ...

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  • Our Tactic for Taking on the Child Sex Case
    Our Tactic for Taking on the Child Sex Case

    It's important to properly and thoroughly investigate the matter before proceeding to court. As we have detailed on our website regarding a child sex abuse allegation- the state needs a confession, ...

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  • Juvenile Lifetime Registration Under SORNA/Megan's Law IV Held Unconstitutional
    Juvenile Lifetime Registration Under SORNA/Megan's Law IV Held Unconstitutional

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that SORNA's registration requirements violate juvenile offender's due process rights. www.outsidethebeltway.com On December 29, 2014, the Pennsylvania Supreme ...

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  • Random Drug Screenings Approved by Trial Court for Students
    Random Drug Screenings Approved by Trial Court for Students

    A trial court in Lycoming County found that a local school district's policy of random drug screening for students was supported by sufficient proof . Random drug testing policies in public schools ...

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