If you are afraid your husband may hurt you, you should contact your local domestic violence program immediately. Find out your options and make a plan for your own safety. You may be eligible for a Protection from Abuse order or be able to take other action to protect yourself.
This girl was pulled over and her boyfriend was taken somewhere while she was brought back to her apartment and she's on a lot of medication and is borderline retarded when she's on them then the cops yelled at her about never seeing her kids again and being locked up for 20yrs unless she signed a... Read more »
Usually "ss" means "section" or "subsection." It's probably Title 18 ("Crimes & Offenses") of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statues, but there's no section 30502 in that -- that's too big a number. Section 3502, however, is "Burglary," and subsection (a)(3) reads:
More specifically, a municipality. To be quite forward, under notice fairly given.
Any attempt to extract fees, or prosecute for said fees, under a non dangerous, non moving violation such as a parking ticket. The ticket would be considered a first step in legal procedure correct? And must... Read more »
I think I get the gist of your question this time. The ticket is not evidence against you it is simply notice that you have committed a violation. On that ticket is information about what you need to do to challenge that violation. The ticket does not assign a value for a penalty it merely puts...Read more »
Yes, there are minimum requirements of Due Process. What that means is almost entirely impossible to explain in this format. There are hundreds of articles written on this on the internet. If you have a specific context it would be much easier to address and give you a more productive answer....Read more »
"Legally," there's nothing (yet) preventing you from doing so . . . or from him snatching your daughter from YOU. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. And that's why your best bet is to file a custody action and get a court order outlining who has custody, and when, to prevent these...Read more »
Pennsylvania is one of twelve states that upholds two-party consent for communications recording. To secretly record a conversation with consent from only one party in Pennsylvania is therefore illegal.
My son was physically abused by my stepfather. He waived his preliminary hearing and I am trying to get a PFA. The lawyer that they gave me to assist does not seem to be much help. My stepfather's lawyer stated that they will work with us on the PFA if I do not crucify he at the criminal hearing.... Read more »
I was given permission to use his vehicle & he then changed his mind only because he did not believe I was going where I told him. I was then sent messages threatening to turn me in for stealing his car. I had the car for 50 hrs to go away with family for a weekend. I was even allowed to use his... Read more »
It could be a felony (like forgery) or a misdemeanor (theft, for example), but you'll probably be charged with both in the form of several charges. Your case will start in one of the Magisterial District Courts, and then progress its way up to the Court of Common Pleas of whatever county. You'll...Read more »
A guilty plea was taken and the day she was supposed to be sentenced. It was canceled. She received a letter from the judge saying a not guilty verdict will be made . And it's in regards to commonwealth vs.caine. I'm looking for help
A family member of mine was charged with homicide by vehicle the day of her sentencing the judge cancel their and send us a letter stating and non guilty plea will have to be put in in regards to Commonwealth versus Cain why did we received this letter and why was as possibly postponed
We're getting messages from someone we know saying she knows we're home, she sees me outside. She has said I abuse kids, says I'll never see the light of day. We tried to get a pfa but they said I can't because I don't have a relationship with her. We went to the magistrate and got a no contact... Read more »
18 Pa.C.S. section 2605 ("Drug delivery resulting in death") was first passed on December 22, 1989, and became effective immediately. It has since been amended a couple of times, with the most recent amendment in 2014 concerning the penalty for conviction of the offense.
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