Pennsylvania has not executed anyone in almost 20 years, and the state has put a moratorium on the death penalty in 2015. Still, the law remains on the books. Recently, District Attorney Larry Krasner formally asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to rule that the...
Miele & Rymsza, P.C.
Month: July 2019
Could you get a second chance?
When other people make questionable choices or mess up, they are often quick to remind you that everyone makes mistakes. However, when you have a record following you everywhere you go, you might find that people are not so quick to give you another chance to prove...
Evidence of past conviction partly suppressed in murder trial
Before a homicide trial begins, some of the most important questions concern what evidence can be used. For example, the Federal Rules of Evidence put strict limits on the prosecution's ability to introduce evidence that the defendant was convicted of a different...