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December 2019

In Pennsylvania, burglaries are considered felonies, so the stakes are high in mounting a strong defense against this kind of charge. A skilled lawyer can use several possible defenses in an attempt to prove innocence.

Because the crime must…

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Under Pennsylvania’s trespassing laws, a defendant can be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the facts of a case. The difference between trespassing and burglary is that a person can be charged with burglary when they enter…

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In Scranton, when a person drives recklessly or negligently, resulting in killing another person, they can be charged with vehicular homicide. Penalties can result in as much as seven years in jail and up to $15,000 in fines. You may also face…

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Homicides are among the most serious of crimes. Even if you are not guilty of the crime, a homicide charge will impact your life in many significant ways.

In Scranton and throughout Pennsylvania, homicide is charged in many ways: first-degree…

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