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Where Can I Pay My Court Fines Online?

Whenever an individual is found guilty of a traffic or criminal related matter, there are many instances where he/she is mandated to pay fines as part of their sentence. Often it is the case where many people are unsure of how to pay these fines online.

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I Was Arrested for A DUI and I'm Under 21. What Am I Facing?

DUI's are one of the most common offense that individuals get arrested for in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Not surprisingly, many individuals who get charged with this crime are under the age of 21. Individual's who are not of the legal drinking age and are caught driving under the influence, can face harsher and stricter penalties as opposed to those who get arrest for a DUI and are 21 years or older.

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What is a Preliminary Hearing?

"I just got arrested. A letter came in the mail that I have to appear at court. They said I need to get fingerprinted. Do I need an attorney? Will they find me guilty at this hearing? What is a preliminary hearing?"

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DUI and ARD: Important Information to Know

Being arrested for a DUI can be a very stressful experience. Often it is the case when an individual calls our office regarding their DUI arrest, it is their first time ever having to face criminal charges. While every case is unique, many individuals facing a DUI for the first time are eligible for a diversionary program that will dismiss their DUI upon successful completion. Having an experienced DUI attorney in Pennsylvania will make all the difference in your case.

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Aggravated Felony a Bar Against Lpr Cancellation? It Depends.

A very complicated immigration removal defense case was referred to us. The client was a lawful permanent resident since he was a child. He had a conviction for possession with intent to deliver marijuana and paraphernalia. A few years prior, he had a simple possession of marijuana conviction.

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Foreclosures of Conventional Mortgages May Be at A Standstill but Not so For Reverse Mortgage

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a vast change of scenery for the world. The legal field is not exempt from the pandemic’s impact.

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Philadelphia’s Lead Paint Issue

Lead can be very harmful, especially to young children. The most important step parents can take is to prevent lead exposure before it occurs. Childhood lead poisoning at low levels may make learning difficult, interfere with growth, harm hearing and delay development.

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Blood Draws and DUIs

When an individual is arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol and/drugs, the arresting officer may ask the individual if he or she will consent to a blood draw.

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