April 2019 Archives

How do road infractions and misdemeanors differ?

Pennsylvanian residents like you may spend a good portion of your travel times in a car. Even if you abide by the laws generally speaking, there may be instances in which you are accused of breaking one or more of them. This can lead to damaging consequences that Marinaro Law Firm will work to defend you from.

Defending against probation violation charges in Pennsylvania

Many people who find themselves facing criminal charges feel grateful if they receive probation instead of any kind of incarceration. Compared to jail time, probation is certainly a lesser sentence. It typically provides you with most of your civil freedoms, provided that you comply with the terms set by the judge and your probation officer.

Approaching your teenager with concerns of shoplifting

When you suspect that your teenager is involved in criminal behavior, your initial reaction may be to get upset and ground him or her from any possible privilege. However, utilizing the situation to teach a valuable lesson may allow you to show your teen that you care and that you expect him or her to have integrity and be honest. At Marinaro Law Firm, we are committed to helping people in Pennsylvania to protect their future when they have been convicted of a crime. 

Why reckless driving can be a misdemeanor

In Pennsylvania, driving charges are largely divided between infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. Infractions are usually among the most common charges because they encompass things like speeding or coasting through a stop sign. However, a person can also face misdemeanors or even felony charges depending on the actions taken on the road.

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