February 2018 Archives

Finding employment after a misdemeanor conviction

When Pennsylvania residents are convicted of a misdemeanor, they may not consider how this will affect their job search. However, this conviction typically shows up in background checks and it is important for people to know how they should handle this charge as they look for jobs.

What is a drug conspiracy charge?

When Pennsylvania residents like you face drug-related conspiracy charges, you could be dealing with more potential consequences than you think. Your life may be ruined for the smallest interaction with someone who has bad intentions, and you might not even be aware of it.

How will you financially support your child post-divorce?

Divorcing Pennsylvanian parents have more than just your own financial situations and well-being to consider. You also need to decide how you will continue supporting your child. Marinaro Law Firm can help you understand how best to meet their financial needs even after your source of income changes with your divorce.

Your license was suspended, but you have to work. Now what?

Losing your license is a common consequence of getting a DUI in Pennsylvania, and as you know, it can be a great inconvenience. You may have to wait several months to get your license back, but it is not possible to put your life on hold. At the Marinaro Law Firm, we frequently assist those with suspended licenses in ways to get transportation safely and legally.

What happens if I miss my court date?

If you are a Pennsylvania resident who failed to appear in court for a traffic ticket or any other civil or criminal court proceeding, there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest. Rule 1910.13-1 of the Pennsylvania Code provides that whenever you refuse or neglect to show up in court, you are in contempt of court and the judge will issue a bench warrant for your arrest.

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