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February 2017 Archives

What are the penalties for a person's third DUI in Philadelphia?

While drinking alcohol can be a fine way to unwind or let loose, it can also lead to allegations of drunk driving, which can have a lasting impact on an individual's life. Those who are convicted of this crime can face harsh penalties, a damages reputation, and a criminal record that can haunt them for years to come.

The Social Study and juvenile crimes

Philadelphians need to make decisions every day. Sometimes these decisions are simple or mundane. However, other decisions can have a very big impact on their lives. This is true for both adults and minors. Also, sometimes what seems like not that big of a deal can turn into a life reshaping ordeal depending on what the person decides to do. If the decision involves making a choice between doing something illegal or not, this is especially true.

How does one lose the right to own a firearm?

There has been much discussion about gun laws in Philadelphia recently on both sides of the argument. Regardless of the discussions, guns remain legal and there are many people who legally own them. Some people own them in order to protect themselves and their families, while others own them for hunting or sport.

Protecting one's rights after an underage drinking charge

Many people in Philadelphia enjoy alcoholic beverages from time-to-time. Ever since the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified in 1933, people in the U.S. have been able to legally consume it. However, despite the fact that the prohibition on alcohol was repealed, there are still age restrictions on when a person can legally consume it. For a number of years now, the legal drinking age in Philadelphia has been 21 years old.

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