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No word on criminal defense strategy following drug arrests

Pennsylvania police recently arrested a couple and seized numerous items from two different vehicles. The arrests came after police claim they spotted a man attempting to hide on the floorboard of a vehicle located in a gas station parking lot. The man and the female driver of that vehicle were arrested and charged with various crimes. There is no word as of yet on whether they have secured the services of a criminal defense attorney. 

Driver facing homicide by vehicle and drunk driving charges

Race-car drivers are typically noted for maintaining impeccable control of their vehicles, even when they travel at high rates of speed. However, speeds that are acceptable on a race track are not advised on Pennsylvania streets, roads and highways. When alcohol is combined with speeding, accidents are more prone to occur. A Manheim Township race-car driver faces charges of homicide by vehicle and drunk driving, among others, following a crash that claimed the life of his girlfriend late in Oct. 2017.

Car accidents: Woman dead after car strikes her home

Most Pennsylvania residents are sleeping soundly in their beds around midnight on most evenings. They feel safe and secure in the confines of their own homes as they retire for the night. Unfortunately, car accidents can occur at any time of the day. One unusual crash recently claimed the life of a Montgomery County woman as she slept in her bed.

Employee forced to retire after workers' compensation settlement

Many Pennsylvania residents and others around the country look forward to the time they can retire from their jobs. They hope their retirement years will be full of enjoyable activities, hobbies, spending time with family or even pursuing other careers. However, some employees may not view retiring in a positive light. A fire captain in another state recently filed a lawsuit, claiming that he was forced to retire after he received a workers' compensation settlement.

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