As exonerations become more commonplace and organizations whose sole purpose is to collaterally attack wrongful convictions proliferate, there continues to be a mechanism in the law in most states th
The legal landscape has changed significantly since 14-year-old Qu'eed Batts showed up on the front porch of an Easton, Pa., home, shot Clarence Edwards in the head and then shot a fleeing Cory Hilar
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that challenges the constitutionality of collecting DNA samples from individuals charged with a crime
...death penalty be provided access to counsel upon request. Justice George Sutherland wrote in Powell, "Even the intelligent and educated...
Pennsylvania, like many states across the country, is looking to ease persistent budget woes by reducing the state prison population
...his defense." In 1932, U.S. Supreme Court Justice George Sutherland wrote, "Even the intelligent and educated layman has small and...
...states. Matthew T. Mangino joined Luxenberg, Garbett, Kelly and George as of counsel. Elected and...
The Restatement (Second) of Torts has saved a Pennsylvania man's claim against his landlords as the state Superior Court has ruled that an apartment tenant did not assume the risk associated with a n
A police officer cannot collect underinsured motorist benefits from a personal insurance policy when injured while driving his police car, the state Supreme Court unanimously ruled in upholding the r
Dram shop litigation against an establishment that serves alcohol may proceed, even without direct evidence that it served an intoxicated patron, a Lawrence County judge has ruled
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