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Monthly Archives: September 2023


Fayette County Man Pleads Guilty In Federal Court To Internet Sex Crimes

By Gary E. Gerson |

Your high school civics teacher was right that most of the laws that affect your daily life are state laws.  From the dos and don’t of cannabis consumption to the definition of distracted driving and the age at which a teenager is too old for juvenile court, many laws vary substantially from one state… Read More »

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What Happens If You Do Not Come Back To Court After Being Released On Bail?

By Gary E. Gerson |

If you get arrested and then released, you have avoided the worst-case scenario, namely being held in jail until your plea hearing or trial.  The best-case scenario is that, after arresting you, the police realize that they have no grounds on which to charge you with a crime, so they simply let you go,… Read More »

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Sellersville Couple Charged With Endangering The Welfare Of Children

By Gary E. Gerson |

Free range parenting has its outspoken partisans, but how little supervision can you provide for children before you get into trouble with the law?  Pennsylvania does not have specific rules about the age at which children can stay home alone or the length of time they can stay at home without an adult.  Likewise,… Read More »

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Drug Cases Involving Schools Or Students

By Gary E. Gerson |

School is where most of us first heard of drugs.  After a lesson in which a teacher who could only be described as middle-aged by the most charitable of interlocutors told you that cannabis is also known as marijuana, pot, and reefer, you may have noticed, as you were leaving school that afternoon, that… Read More »

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