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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Allows Warrantless Searches of Vehicles
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Allows Warrantless Searches of Vehicles

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently issued an opinion which allows for the warrantless search of a vehicle in Commonwealth v. Gary. The Court adopted the federal standard which allows for the search of a vehicle, without a warrant, when probable cause exists. In this ...

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Blog posts in May, 2014

  • State Sanctioned Theft

    Forfeiture and Seizure actions in Pennsylvania are proceedings against individuals whereby the government attempts to take private property based on ...

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  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Requires a Lower Standard of Proof to Maintain Names on Statewide Register for Child Abuse

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court released on opinion earlier this week which overturned a lower court’s decision that clear and convincing evidence must ...

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  • Pennsylvania State Police Lack Standing to Pursue SORNA Appeal

    The Pennsylvania State Police filed seventy-three (73) appeals to the Superior Court after the Commonwealth and defendants in those cases entered into ...

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  • Do Grandparents have Standing to Pursue Custody of a Grandchild?

    Does Grandmother who has been involved in her Grandchild’s life since birth, who has been a babysitter and substantially aided in raising the child, ...

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  • Superior Court Affirms the Exclusion of Evidence for the Commonwealth's Refusal to Identify its Confidential Informant

    The Commonwealth was prohibited from introducing evidence it obtained through a search warrant because the affidavit of probable cause relied on ...

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  • Governor Changes Position on Medical Marijuana

    Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett recently began the process of supporting a senate bill for the introduction of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. On ...

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  • Do Grandparents have Standing to Pursue Legal and Physical Custody of a Child?

    The Superior Court recently issued an opinion concerning whether a grandmother had standing to pursue legal and physical custody against the ...

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  • Can you Legally Spank your Children in Pennsylvania?

    Our Commonwealth has long recognized the parental right to use corporal punishment. This parental right is specifically protected by statute and ...

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