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The elements of a crime

The attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford have been helping Pennsylvania residents defend against criminal charges for over 60 years. In that time, our cases have run the gamut from sexual and drug offenses to white collar crimes. While we assess each client’s situation individually, there are certain common components shared by almost all criminal cases.  

Appeal possible if prosecutorial misconduct exists

When people are convicted of criminal offenses in Pennsylvania, they may feel as though all hope is gone. However, there are several grounds upon which a criminal appeal can be based, and we at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford have helped many people successfully pursue this option. If we can show that prosecutorial misconduct played a part in someone's criminal trial, for example, it might result in a favorable outcome for the convicted person.

Woman faces multiple charges after defrauding daycare

Business owners in Pennsylvania must keep detailed administrative and financial records of their business’ practices. Since business owners are in complete control of documentation, it may be tempting to falsify records for financial or material gain. However, according to the Pennsylvania General Assembly, a person commits fraud if they cause others to rely on a false statement that provides information about their business.

U.S. Supreme Court to rule on constitutionality of cell phone searches

When the Founders of the United States drafted the Constitution, it was impossible for them to predict the emergence of cell phones, smart phones, and other devices. Over the last two centuries, federal and state governments in Pennsylvania and elsewhere have addressed several criminal defense issues related to technologies that did not exist in the early days of our nation’s history.

Parents facing second faith healing death to be arraigned

Two parents who are members of a Christian fundamentalist church have been taken into custody after their eight-month-old son had died of pneumonia. The couple believes that medicine is against their religious beliefs, and cited this as the reason why they did not seek medical attention when the child became sick.

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