Category Archives: Criminal Law

When a person is involuntarily committed (50 P.S. section 7302) due to that person’s potential mental illness and danger to themselves or others, it is a very serious issue which may result in a commitment of up to (5) days. These commitments are also known as ‘being 302”. Many times, people are improperly diagnosed and […]

When you are arrested for a drug crime, the stakes are extremely high and not retaining experienced legal counsel could be disastrous for your future. While the Sixth Amendment of the Constitution gives everyone the right to represent themselves during a criminal trial, to do so successfully requires extensive knowledge of court rules and criminal […]

On high school and college campuses across the country, teenagers and young adults continue to experiment as they have for decades. However, there’s one significant difference. Back in the 1970s and 1980s, a student caught drinking underage would be given a slap on the wrist. Today, such a discovery could be cause for expulsion. Our […]