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December 2014 Archives

4 killed, 2 injured in fiery Pennsylvania crash

Authorities reported four fatalities in connection with a Dec. 19 crash in Carbon County. The incident involved two vehicles, both of which reportedly caught fire as a result of the crash. Officials needed dental records to identify three of the four decedents, according to authorities.

High racial disparity in Pennsylvania marijuana arrests

According to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union, there is a high racial disparity in Pennsylvania’s marijuana-related arrests. The study shows that whites in the state are 5.2 times less likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than African Americans. This is higher than the national average, in which whites, on average, are 3.73 times less likely to be arrested for this offense. This national disparity is not confined to certain cities or states; it exists in all parts of the country.

Appeals court adopts new legal standard for insider trading cases

The law is constantly in flux. Changes in legislation as well as new court decisions can quickly turn established legal standards on their heads. Because of this, those who are charged with crimes must remain informed of their rights and defense options under the most current interpretations of Pennsylvania and federal laws.

Pennsylvania man injured in crash

A 75-year-old Pennsylvania man was left in serious condition following a Dec. 17 collision with a propane truck. The propane truck pulled out of a driveway and collided with the man's vehicle, sending it into a ditch where the 75-year-old man became trapped.

“White collar crime” is a broad category

The definitions of crimes are not always static; many change as offenses evolve. According to the FBI, white collar crime is a general term used to describe offenses involving fraud that are perpetrated by professionals in the business and government fields. Believed to have been created in 1939, this term has grown broader over the years, and now many types of activity committed by Pennsylvania residents may fall under this category.

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.  

Multi-vehicle collision kills Pennsylvania man

Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that a 76-year-old man died as the result of a three-vehicle collision on U.S. 11 in Antrim Township on Dec. 3. Purportedly, the 76-year-old man had been traveling northbound on the highway when he collided head-on with a southbound car that crossed the centerline.

Amidst rape accusations, Cosby loses Netflix and NBC projects

For obvious reasons, sex crime charges and convictions can have a profoundly negative impact on defendants’ lives. In some cases, however, even baseless allegations can result in a tarnished public image for those who are accused. When this occurs to prominent members of the Philadelphia community, they often suffer from substantial economic losses as a consequence of this bad publicity.  

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    Attorney Amy R. Stern, a partner at the Lansdale law firm of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C, is co-presenting a seminar entitled Divorce 101 along with Marc Silverman, Senior Loan Officer of GMH Mortgage Services.Read more...

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Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford has been a member of the local Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce (previously known as North Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce) for more than 25 years.

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