Blog Posts in June, 2015

  • Do Police Need a Warrant to Search Your Work Computer?

    Evidence doesn’t always mean a footprint or a strand of hair. When an employee is charged with a sex crime involving computers, such as child pornography charges or online solicitation of a minor, Pennsylvania law enforcement will want to search for digital evidence like chat logs, email records, saved images, and file uploads/downloads. That means going through your work computer, as well as any ...
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  • Understanding the Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter

    People often use the terms "murder," "manslaughter," and "homicide" as if they were synonymous and interchangeable. In reality, homicide can mean murder or manslaughter, while manslaughter and murder are not the same crime. In fact, there are major differences between these offenses with regard to how each is defined - and how each is penalized if a defendant is convicted. It may even be possible ...
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  • Can a Federal Sentence Be Reduced?

    There are many differences between state and federal crimes: the types of offenses which are involved, how and where prosecution occurs, and perhaps most importantly for defendants, the length of the prison sentences resulting from conviction. In many cases, federal convictions receive much harsher penalties than convictions for Pennsylvania state crimes, and defendants who are found guilty may ...
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  • Are Sex Offenders Required to Notify Neighbors and Employers?

    It’s common knowledge that Pennsylvania’s Sex Offender Registry is available online for any member of the general public to browse or search at will. But if the Registry is already public, do convicted offenders still have to tell their neighbors and employers about their criminal records? In this article, our sex crime lawyers will explain the employment and community disclosure requirements for ...
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  • Guide to Different Types of Fraud Charges

    There are countless subcategories of criminal fraud: securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, health insurance fraud, identity theft, tax fraud, money laundering, embezzlement - the list goes on and on. With so many different shades of fraud distinguished by state and federal law, it’s important for defendants and their loved ones to have a good understanding of the nature of the allegations which ...
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