Pennsylvania Truck Accident Kills 1

A Pennsylvania woman died as a result of an accident when a box truck rear-ended her car on Jan. 16. Police reportedly detained the man who was driving the truck. The accident occurred shortly after 7 a.m. at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Route 65 in Ambridge. The woman was stopped in a southbound […]

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Understanding White Collar Crime

White collar crime is often a complex matter, and if you are facing charges, you will need strong legal representation to avoid serious consequences. At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, we have protected the rights of numerous Pennsylvania clients accused of a broad spectrum of white collar crimes. We understand that a conviction can come […]

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Field Sobriety Tests Easy to Fail Even for Sober People

Law enforcement in many states, including Pennsylvania, utilize the field sobriety test as a way to determine if someone may be intoxicated without using a breath or chemical test. This can be a quick way to get a drunk driver off the road during a routine traffic stop. However, passing a field sobriety test isn’t […]

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Subpoenas Are Mandatory Orders to Deliver Testimony

Subpoenas are often mentioned in the Pennsylvania news, but the technical meaning of this legal term may not be understood by everyone. According to Cornell University’s Legal Information Institute, a subpoena is a document that compels a person to provide testimony in some sort of formal legal setting. These written orders often require the person […]

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Data Shows Large Truck Accidents Are on the Rise

People who use the highways in Pennsylvania may be interested in some data about large truck accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released statistics about fatal and nonfatal truck accidents that took place across the United States in 2012. According to the NHTSA, there were four percent more fatal truck accidents in […]

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