What Are Your Rights at Pennsylvania DUI Checkpoints?

Each year, a number of people are arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Pennsylvania, and throughout the U.S. The state’s Department of Transportation reports that more than 52,600 people were arrested on DUI charges in 2014 alone. For some, these arrests came after being stopped at DUI checkpoints. In order to ensure you are […]

Read More

A Simple Guide to Pennsylvania Consumer Protection Law

Pennsylvania residents often overlook a very powerful tool at their disposal – the Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (“UTPCPL”). In simple terms, the law gives people who buy goods or services for personal, family, or household purposes a way to privately sue businesses for illegal behavior and even for behavior that is […]

Read More

Man Arrested in Pittsburgh After Undercover Crystal Meth Buy

Often, law enforcement agencies throughout Pennsylvania send undercover officers out to purchase or sell drugs. Following these transactions, authorities often take people into custody and charge them with drug trafficking or other drug crimes. If convicted of such offenses, those charged could face severe consequences, including possible jail or prison time. A 44-year-old man in […]

Read More

Robots and Workplace Safety in Pennsylvania

As companies transition from human workers to robots performing tasks in the workplace, OSHA is keeping its eye on potential safety issues. Companies that don’t have comprehensive safety plans related to working with robots could be at risk of receiving OSHA citations. Although current regulations may be 15 years old or older, the organization believes […]

Read More