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How Can Drugs Be Suppressed in A Criminal Case?

What Happens After the Filing of The Motion?

The Motion to Suppress Will Be Set for An Evidentiary Hearing in The Court of Common Pleas. at The Suppression Hearing, the Law Enforcement Officers (i.E., Narcotics Detectives, D.E.A. Agents, Etc.) Will Be Called to Testify to The Facts and Basis that Provided Them with The “probable Cause,” Which They Claim Justified the Search And/or the Arrest.

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Suppressing the Evidence in Your DUI Case

When an individual is facing a DUI charge, it is paramount to look into various trial issues that can lead to a not guilty verdict. However, in many DUI situations, the case will live or die by the evidence that can be admitted at trial. You may be asking yourself, "how can evidence be made inadmissible at my DUI trial?"

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I Have a Commercial Driver's License and Just Got a DUI... What am I Facing?

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, DUI’s can be a very life-changing and serious offense. This is especially true for individuals who have a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). In Pennsylvania, CDL license holders are held to a much higher standard when it comes to operating their vehicles while on public roadways.

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Tips to Avoiding a DUI on The Holiday Weekend

With the 4th of July weekend in full swing, many Americans will be celebrating this holiday with friends and family. While this is definitely the time of year to be enjoying your time with those closest to you, our DUI attorneys at The Town Law want to take this opportunity to highlight the need to exercise caution when drinking this weekend.

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Facing Deportation? You May Be Eligible for Temporary Protected Status

The Secretary of Homeland Security designates Temporary Protected Status (or “TPS”) to natives of a particular country due to conditions in the country. In turn, based upon the conditions, individuals of that designated country are unable to safely return.

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It’s My First DUI… I’ll Just Get ARD. Not Necessarily!

For many individuals facing a first time DUI, it is their first time ever being involved in the criminal justice system. In many circumstances, individuals facing a first time DUI will qualify for ARD. However, this is not the case in every first offense DUI case.

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Summer Is Here! so Are DUI Checkpoints!

With the arrival of summer and the easing of COVID-19 restrictions throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the emergence of DUI checkpoints will be more prevalent than in the previous months. These checkpoints will be designed to determine whether an individual is operating a vehicle while impaired.

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Recent Client Reviews for The Town Law LLC

Choosing the right criminal defense attorney is key to achieving a successful outcome in your case. At The Town Law, we are dedicated to ensuring that every client receives the best possible outcome in their case.

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Reverse Mortgage Occupancy Issues? Clarity of the Unknown.

Many Americans have encountered AAG’s spokesperson Tom Selleck and the reverse mortgage advertisement on television. What many Americans are not aware of is the pitfalls and traps that accompany reverse mortgages.

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What is an Open Guilty Plea?

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, when an individual is charged with a crime, he or she has many options as to how to proceed with the case. In some circumstances, when an individual, through their attorney, decides that it is best not to pursue a trial, they may enter into an open guilty.

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