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Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock Limited Licenses

Convicted individuals who previously would not be able to drive on a suspended license, or who could only drive with an occupational limited license, may now qualify for an ignition interlock limited license.  For those convicted of a driving offense that requires a suspension after August 25, 2017, occupational limited licenses will no longer be… Read More »

Purchasing a Firearm?

Before an individual is able to purchase a firearm, they must complete a firearms transaction record form.  One of the main reasons, out of a few, that individuals are denied the ability to purchase a firearm, and are eventually charged criminally, is for providing inaccurate information on the application form.  These forms are several pages… Read More »

The Constitutionality of DUI Checkpoints

The holidays have now passed us, and many of you may have realized the presence of DUI checkpoints while you were traveling for the holidays.  The United States Supreme Court has stated in Michigan Department of State Police v. Sitz that DUI checkpoints do not offend the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution because… Read More »

The New Law Regarding Limited Access to Criminal Records

In November of 2016, Pennsylvania passed a new law that enables an individual to have their criminal record sealed if certain prerequisites are met.  This is a different process than an expungement, as different conditions must be met and the record is “sealed,” rather than expunged.  Sealing the record means that the criminal record may… Read More »

Child Custody for Grandparents in Pennsylvania

In 2010, a law was passed that gave grandparents the right to file for custody of their grandchildren under certain circumstances (e.g. if a parent is deceased, if the parents are separated, or if the child has lived with the grandparents for at least twelve (12) consecutive months). Since the law went into effect, many… Read More »