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Robbery is the theft of someone’s property by using force or intimidation. In general, robbery is considered to be a third-degree felony, but if someone sustained bodily injury during the robbery, it then becomes a second-degree felony,…

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Because of recent tragic events like school shootings, the laws that regulate guns in the U.S. are constantly changing and sometimes it’s a challenge to know what is legal and what is not. The state of Pennsylvania is an “open carry”…

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Those who work in a public office are expected to conduct themselves with integrity at all times, having the best interests of those they serve in mind. Historically, however, some of these officials have failed to do so, and such cases often…

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Since white-collar crime is a growing type of crime that affects many types of industries and settings, it is not uncommon for a business or corporate leaders and other employees to be accused of it. Fraudulent activities can be conducted very…

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In the state of Pennsylvania, illegal drug use is highly frowned upon and anyone who is charged with a related crime is likely to be treated with contempt and suspicion by law enforcement. If you’ve been accused of or charged with an illegal…

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The crime of arson is the deliberate or reckless burning of property or land. This crime is often committed by a perpetrator who owns a building and wants to collect the insurance on the building due to a failing business or similar. However, …

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The crime of theft is the act of taking property from someone without the owner’s consent. The term “theft” is a broad term and applies not only to physical or tangible items like jewelry or cash but also to intellectual property…

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Several state and federal laws are on the books regarding money laundering. For example, the Money Laundering Control Act prohibits people from engaging in financial transactions with the proceeds of various types of crimes. This is further…

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More people than ever rely heavily on the internet for a number of daily activities. With this dramatic shift and the widespread use of computers, cell phones, tablets and laptops, authorities have also begun to shift more resources into potential…

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Kidnapping is considered one of the most serious criminal charges in Scranton and throughout the United States. A conviction can result in a life sentence in prison. The stakes are high in this type of situation, which is why it’s critical to…

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