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December 2017 Archives

Lawsuit claims DUI quotas violated rights

A dashboard video of Pennsylvania State Troopers allegedly discussing driving under the influence arrest quotas was essential to the criminal defense and the dismissal of a charge for driving under the influence of controlled substances in Carbon County. The defendant also filed a federal lawsuit for law enforcement actions relating to this arrest.

What are Pennsylvania's underage drinking penalties?

Pennsylvania imposes penalties for underage drinking upon minors and adults who furnish liquor to a minor. Going to college, being over 18-years-old, and drinking with an adult can lead to serious consequences. Therefore, those who are accused of underage drinking may need a competent criminal defense.

Charges dismissed in fraternity member's death case

In Pennsylvania, college student crimes, such as fraternity hazing and underage drinking at Penn State and other universities, have received recently publicity. The recent dismissal of charges against an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student charged for the death of a fraternity brother underscores the importance of students asserting criminal defense rights.

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