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November 2012 Archives

Pennsylvania businessman pleads guilty to drug charges

Charges of manufacturing, possessing or trafficking drugs can have a dramatic effect on the lives of almost anyone. Drug charges carry a severe social stigma, and those facing them may still be ostracized by their communities even if acquitted. Understanding the evidence arrayed against a defendant and the methods used in the collection is the first step toward creating a solid defense or determining what sort of plea may result in a fair outcome.

Philadelphia man charged with DUI after fatal accident

People who are under the influence of alcohol often make poor choices. Unfortunately, when they choose to drink and drive, that choice often ends up having a negative impact on their lives and the lives of others. For this reason, drunk driving charges are prosecuted very seriously in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania state representative on trial for DUI

DUI charges happen frequently in Pennsylvania and they and can happen to anyone. Evidence of that is the ongoing trial of Pennsylvania State Rep. Cherelle Parker, who stands accused of driving while intoxicated and traveling the wrong way on a one-way street in April 2011.

Philadelphia man faces serious drug charges in Middlesex Township

Drug cases are prosecuted very seriously here in Pennsylvania, and convictions for possession with the intent to deliver can come with mandatory minimum sentences. This depends on the type and amount of drugs involved as well as the defendant's criminal history, but the consequences can generally be very severe. This is why it is very important for those who face drug charges to be sure to protect their rights.

Philadelphia woman arrested for buying handguns for felon

Gun-related crimes are serious offenses in Philadelphia. While there are legal ways to procure a firearm in the city, strict rules apply to every purchase. Circumventing the law to purchase or distribute guns can lead to weapons charges, even if the person had the legal right to purchase a gun for personal use.

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