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Divorce Rates in Pennsylvania

Nobody goes into a marriage thinking about divorce. However, there are various reasons why a marriage may not work out, and divorce may be the best option for all people involved. The divorce rate has been dropping in Pennsylvania and throughout the US. Along with that drop, we have also seen a drop in marriage rates. What are the statistics… READ MORE

Criminal DUI Cases Vs. Civil Drunk Driving Lawsuits

When most people think about drunk driving accidents, they think of a person being arrested and charged with DUI. While an arrest is a big part of holding negligent drivers accountable, there is a difference between a criminal DUI case and a civil drunk driving lawsuit. It is important to understand the difference between these two, particularly for those who… READ MORE

Pennsylvania Burglary Laws & Penalties

Many people have ideas of what burglary charges are and what the penalties for burglary might be. Often, burglary is confused with robbery when in reality, these two crimes are very different. If you or somebody you love is facing a burglary charge, it is important to understand the charges and what the potential consequences are. If you have any… READ MORE

DUI Statistics in Pennsylvania

Vehicle accidents happen all the time in Pennsylvania. Some of them are just that – accidents. However, there are many crashes caused by drunk drivers. These incidents are preventable. Regardless of the time of year, alcohol-impaired drivers present a danger to everyone in and around the roadway. Pennsylvania’s Latest Crash Data During the latest reporting year in the Commonwealth, the… READ MORE

Holidays With The Most DUIs

We are at the time of the year where everyone is talking about the holidays. Thanksgiving has passed, but Christmas and New Years are right around the corner. Unfortunately, this is also a time when families are mourning because they have lost a loved one due to the actions of a drunk driver. You may be wondering which holidays lead… READ MORE

[New Study] The Most Dangerous Pedestrian Zones in Philadelphia

In November 2016, the city of Philadelphia announced its plans for Vision Zero, setting a target of zero traffic-related fatalities by 2030.  However, two years later, it’s been argued that the initiative has not done enough to put safety as a primary priority. From 2014-2018, traffic-related fatalities have been on an increasing trend that, if it continues, will fail to… READ MORE

Minor in Possession Laws in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania takes underage drinking very seriously. The law in Pennsylvania states that a minor may not purchase (or attempt to purchase), consume, possess, or knowingly and intentionally transport alcoholic beverages. MIP Law Exemptions There are six different exemptions to the law prohibiting minors from possessing or consuming alcohol or for minors working in establishments that serve alcohol. Employment: A 14-… READ MORE

Age of Consent in Pennsylvania & Penalties

The age of consent is the age in which a person is considered legally old enough to consent to sexual activity. These laws are taken seriously, though they can become confusing. It is important to understand that there are various laws on the books in Pennsylvania that guide the age of consent and prosecution of those who violate it. Content… READ MORE

The Most Dangerous Jobs in Pennsylvania

When you go to work each day, do you think about the dangers you will face? For many people, they never really consider workplace dangers, but there are some jobs that are more dangerous than others. Today, we want to talk about the most dangerous jobs closer to home. We know that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS),… READ MORE

What to do if You Are Pregnant and Facing Jail Time

The United States incarcerates more people than any other country in the world (we do not even have the highest population). Many people only think of men going to prison, but we know better. Over the last few decades, the number of women in jails and prisons in the US has increased significantly. Women who are incarcerated face a myriad… READ MORE

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