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December 2017 Archives

Understanding the appeals process

If a Pennsylvania resident or any other American receives an unfavorable ruling in a criminal case, it may be appealed. The number of appeals that can be made depends on how many courts are higher than the one a case is currently being heard in. Depending on where the case is being heard, a defendant may have as many as four opportunities at the state level for a ruling to be overturned.

Men face penalties in insider trading case

A 28-year-old from Pennsylvania pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud for his role in an insider trading scheme. The trades involved a company called Celator Pharmaceuticals based on information about a drug called Vyxeos. Vyxeos was in clinical trials, and it was developed to help treat myeloid leukemia. The information was obtained from a 27-year-old man who worked at Celator.

Man facing DUI charges after being stopped by motorists

Authorities say that two motorists were responsible for stopping a suspected drunk driver on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. While police thanked the two motorists, they said that the incident should have been reported so that the authorities could handle it.

Supreme Court hears case about cellphone location tracking

As smartphones have become nearly ubiquitous in Pennsylvania, law enforcement officers have used some of the technology behind the phones to track people and their movements. The Supreme Court of the United States recently heard arguments in a case involving the use of cell phone location data in order to pinpoint a defendant's location in relation to some robberies that had happened.

Supreme Court refuses to hear CFAA case

In Pennsylvania and throughout the United States, it is illegal for people to access a computer in excess of the authorization that they have been granted or without authorization. In the employment context, there is a split among the federal circuits about the reach of the law that prohibits the unauthorized access of computers by current or former employees.

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