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Appealing your criminal conviction

Despite your efforts at building a solid defense strategy to fight the charges against you, a jury convicted you. This turn of events may feel devastating, but it is not necessarily the end of the story. Your case may qualify for the appellate court, and you have every right to pursue that possibility.

The death penalty is still a possibility in Pennsylvania

In many ways, the 21st century is a model of ongoing enlightenment. For example, more and more people are coming to realize that taking a person's life for alleged criminal behavior is something that requires careful thought. People are also starting to understand that many elements can complicate homicide and death penalty cases.

For DUI, how does general impairment differ from high rate?

Pennsylvanians who are arrested and charged with driving under the influence will undoubtedly be fearful and concerned as to what the future holds. Not only can there be a variety of penalties including incarceration and fines, but there can also be a driver's license suspension. People may not know that the state law has different levels of charges based on the amount of alcohol in the driver's system. This can be a vital factor in the case.

Who is prohibited from possessing a firearm in Pennsylvania?

People in Pennsylvania generally have the right to possess a firearm and there are many people who own guns. However, there are a number of restrictions on that right. People need to register the firearms and have a license if they want to carry them. Also, there are ways in which people can lose their right to possess them. Typically, people who have committed certain felonies and other crimes of violence are prohibited from possessing firearms.

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