Who is Eligible for House Arrest in Pennsylvania?

House arrest is one of the most common alternatives to traditional incarceration. While it might seem like a more acceptable sentence, it can be somewhat restrictive depending on the parameters of the sentence. Moreover, some rules correspond with house arrest, making it challenging for anyone else living in the home. Yet, it is a preferable […]

Read More

How Does Self Defense Work in Pennsylvania?

Self-defense typically characterizes actions taken to protect yourself from physical harm. It provides legal recourse for someone that feels compelled to respond to a situation in a way that might usually be considered criminal. Yet, self-defense remains one of the more misinterpreted legal terms in Pennsylvania.  Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford are well-versed in self-defense […]

Read More

What Happens After Speeding in a Pennsylvania Work Zone?

There are times where you might not be aware of a construction site or the speed limit, and suddenly you are pulled over by an officer. While most speeding cases are limited to fines, work zones can have more penalties than you realize. Getting a ticket for speeding in a work zone can have lasting […]

Read More

What is the Criteria for Admissible Video Evidence?

Lawyers use many types of evidence to prove their client’s claim during a legal case. Video evidence is commonly used and is highly compelling to other people. When someone can see something with their own eyes, they are more inclined to believe what is being shown is unbiased and the truth.  In some cases, the […]

Read More

3 Steps to Take If Your Child is Accused of a Pennsylvania Sex Crime

Sex crimes are sensitive to all involved and can be confusing and upsetting to parents of a child accused of such an allegation. Pennsylvania sex crime laws are stringent, and as a result, families can be thrown into crisis when such an accusation is rendered.  Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford knows how sensitive these cases […]

Read More