The PA State Police lack the statutory authority to do "letter adjudications" of individuals released from incarceration or on probation as sex offenders.
I recently blogged in April 2013, that a County judge upheld a plea agreement over mandatory registration requirements. That decision has now been upheld by the State Superior Court.
There is a debate across the states as to whether the search of a cell phone's data pursuant to arrest is lawful.
In a majority opinion, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently declared Megan's Law III unconstitutional.
Police officer that witnessed defendant throw cigarette butt out of window did not have reasonable suspicion to stop vehicle.
A center-mounted brake light is not required equipment under the Motor Vehicle Code and regulations but, if it is originally equipped or installed, then it must operate properly and safely.
A simple assault charge cannot be a predicate offense for a "career criminal" designation in Federal system.
HB 1580 introduced by PA Legislature would officially sanction the use of cameras mounted on bus swing arms in aid of catching violators.
The PA Supreme Court recently held that Article 1, Section 8, relating to searches and seizures, does not place a duty upon an officer to advise a defendant involved in a crash that their blood test may be used for a criminal investigation against them.