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Police: Pennsylvania driver was drunk, texting before fatality

One negligent act is enough for a Pennsylvania driver to be held accountable for harming or killing another person in a motor vehicle accident. Evidence of multiple negligent behaviors increases the harshness of criminal charges and civil damages in personal injury and

2 killed in Central Pennsylvania I-81 tractor trailer crash

It is common to hear or read about accidents in which drivers claim they could not prevent a crash. Pennsylvania law enforcement officials, legal investigators and courts do not depend solely on accounts given by people involved in car or

Pennsylvania gears up safety message for motorcyclists

It is no coincidence that May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in Pennsylvania. This is often the first full month of the year when weather is pleasant enough for seasonal riders to join year-round bikers on state roads. The more motorcycles there are in traffic, the greater the likelihood of


If you have been denied the right to purchase or possess a firearm due to prior history involving a mental health commitment or a minor criminal violation, you may be eligible to have your rights to purchase and possess a firearm restored. There are both federal and state laws which prohibit certain persons from carrying a concealed weapon, purchasing a gun, or possessing a gun. However the law tries to strike a balance respecting individuals' Second Amendment rights. There is a procedure by which your rights to purchase or posses a firearm may be restored under appropriate circumstances. Recently we were successful in having the rights of a citizen to possess firearms restored. So if you have a restriction from owning or purchasing a firearm due to a prior mental health commitment or perhaps a minor criminal violation, the law may provide an avenue by which your Second Amendment rights may be reinstated.

Impairment blamed for 3 deaths in Pennsylvania vacation spot

Some Pennsylvanians, especially retired ones, have second homes in sunny locations to skip the long, cold winter weather. When seasonal relocation is not possible, many Erie County residents head to the warm South for spring vacations. That was the case for a couple with three decades of togetherness.

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