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September 2013 Archives

More Penn State students reporting sex crimes

Many Pennsylvanians spend at least a few years of their young lives at Penn State University, where most students build lasting friendships. Unfortunately, college campuses are also known for sex offenses, especially when there are drugs or alcohol involved.

25-year-old cold case reopened and PA man convicted of rape

In Pennsylvania, rape is a first degree felony with serious consequences that may include up to 20 years in prison, a fine or both, but rape is just one of many crimes that may merit legal ramifications. Other offenses include internet pornography, prostitution, child pornography, sexual assault or a number of other sex crimes.

New psychedelic drug hitting Pennsylvania streets

Being charged with a drug crime can be a serious offense, especially depending upon the exact drug and the circumstances of a given situation. Ensuring a fair drug crime defense may not seem fair to some people but is indeed fair and ensured under the law as all citizens are due such a privilege and right. Charges can range from drug possession to drug trafficking and may include illegal substances or even a prescription drug.

Pennsylvania not as tough as other states on drunk driving

With drunk driving, there are a lot of factors to take into consideration. Not only does the amount of intoxication recorded on a breathing machine or blood test matter, but if you have been convicted of DUI previously it will also have an impact on your case. However, not every state is the same. For example, if you live in Montgomery, you might be surprised to hear about a recent comparison of the drunk driving laws in Pennsylvania with other states.

Criminal charges levied against Marcellus Shale company

The process of hydrofracking - extracting natural gas using pressurized water, has garnered a legion of supporters as well as critics. Those who support it believe that it is a limitless source of energy that will help the nation break its dependency on foreign sources. Those who oppose it insist that it is a serious environmental hazard. Reports of dumping waste and polluting water have become major issues in Pennsylvania, and yesterday the Attorney General's office took action.

Gregory R. Gifford
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