When you are charged with robbery in Pennsylvania, you might wonder what exactly this charge means and what will happen to you next. We at Marinaro Law Firm are committed to helping you understand this charge and how it can affect your life.
When Pennsylvania residents commit an assault, they may not initially think about the consequences. However, assault charges should usually not be taken lightly, especially as an aggravated assault is typically considered to be a felony.
If you are a Pennsylvania gun enthusiast, you need to be aware that you are prohibited from owning certain types of guns in our state. Per FindLaw, the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence ranks Pennsylvania as the 10th strictest gun law state in the nation.
The school years can be difficult for children and teenagers. They may not only have to endure bullying and peer pressure but can also be faced with difficult decisions. It is not always easy to know what is right and wrong, especially when friends are influencing them on what to do. However, it is important for children and parents in Pennsylvania to understand that some things that may be thought of as harmless jokes can be considered bullying and may even result in criminal charges.
If you are like many Pennsylvania residents, your Second Amendment right to bear arms is very dear to you. If you are like most gun owners, you are a good person who possesses, stores and uses his or her guns in a highly responsible manner. Even a good person, however, can make a mistake and lose his or her right to own a gun.
If you are charged with aggravated indecent assault in Pennsylvania, this is a statutory charge that is unique to our state. Were you charged with committing the same act(s) in another state, the charge would be different. As explained by AgeOfConsent.net, Pennsylvania’s aggravated indecent assault statute is aimed at people who illegally penetrate, however slightly, the anus or genitals of a child under the age of 16 with some part of their own body.
If you are a Pennsylvania resident who has been charged with assault, you may be unclear as to exactly what you are alleged to have done. As FindLaw explains, there are two types of assault in Pennsylvania, simple and aggravated. If you are charged with simple assault, that is a misdemeanor. If you are charged with aggravated assault, however, that is a felony.
Pennsylvania residents have all but been bombarded with stories in the media lately about men in positions of power being accused of inappropriately wielding that power over young women. These acts most commonly include allegations of sexual misconduct in some form and most of them happened many years ago and even many decades ago yet it is only now that the women involved are brining the topics up.
Among the topics making news headlines in Pennsylvania and around the nation frequently these days is that concerning alleged inappropriate relationships or conduct. If at least one of the parties involved in a situation is under the age of 18, the potential for accusations of statutory rape to be alleged enters the equation. Just what can be considered statutory rape in Pennsylvania?
In some situations in Pennsylvania after a person is accused of one criminal offense involving another person, accusations may surface from other persons as well. This type of domino effect may understandably complicate matters for defendants and their family members.