The "collective knowledge" doctrine, sometimes called the "fellow officer rule" allows one officer to possess probable cause and impute it to other officers.
There is probable cause to arrest driver for DUI when officer detects strong odor of marijuana emanating from vehicle
Normally privileged conversations between a counselor and a child are not excluded from testimony at a child abuse expungement hearing.
Young offenders below the age of 13 were meant to be excluded from criminal conduct when they have engaged in consensual sexual intercourse
Expert was permitted to testify at trial as to why a child victim may delay in reporting sexual abuse.
iPad was not an "electronic, mechanical or other device" within § 5702 because it was not the functional equivalent of a telephone
The determination that mandatory minimum sentencing schemes in PA were unconstitutional has been held not to apply retroactively
A person is guilty of possession of child pornography for the mere knowing control of the item in Pennsylvania.
The concept of Com v. Hainesworth may not be applicable to federal cases where the Commonwealth is not a participant in the plea agreement
Drug dog sniffs that prolong a routine traffic stop are unconstitutional as determined by the U.S. Supreme Court