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How Do DUI Checkpoints Work in Pennsylvania?

Generally speaking, police must have some valid reason to stop a driver on the road.  However, in Pennsylvania, police have the authority to set up DUI Checkpoints (or roadblocks) under Title 75 Section 6308(b) which specifically allows police to stop a vehicle in...

Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) and the Chichkin Case

Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition in Pennsylvania (hereafter referred to as ARD) is a Pennsylvania Statute that is encoded at Title 75 Section  1552.  ARD is a minimally reporting probation, that varies from county to county in terms of the requirements, that can...

What Are the Gun Laws in Pennsylvania?

Did you know that in Pennsylvania, you do NOT need a license to carry a firearm in order to purchase a gun?  You don’t need a license to own a gun either.  Finally, you don’t even need a license to keep a gun in your home or place of business. So when do you need a...

Can Police Search Your Home or Car Without a Warrant in Pennsylvania?

In short, the answer is: “PROBABLY NOT!”  Under current Pennsylvania law, police can now no longer search a vehicle unless they have two (2) things: probable cause AND exigent circumstances. Probable Cause & Exigent Circumstances In the year 2014, Pennsylvania...

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