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Defendants and criminal defense attorneys will welcome reforms

The attorney recently elected district attorney of Philadelphia County is keeping the promises he made during the campaign. Larry Krasner, a Pennsylvania criminal defense and civil rights attorney, promised reform of the system and a battle against mass incarceration. He started his tenure by firing 31 attorneys in the District Attorney’s office shortly after taking over. He followed by directing his assistants not to accept

Family law principles support ‘friendly’ divorce when possible

Pennsylvania family law provides for a no-fault divorce. If the parties agree to a divorce, they can allege that the marriage is irretrievably broken as the no-fault grounds. This does not necessarily eliminate issues of alimony, child custody and support. In most cases, where there is not agreement on those issues, a final divorce decree will not issue until the conflicts are resolved. There is

Family law sees changes in child custody beliefs and agreements

Pennsylvania and other states are witnessing changes in the way that child custody arrangements between parents are being handled in recent years. The changes are gradual but there is a growing concern about the needs of the children when parents separate and divorce. Creative arrangements and equal sharing are becoming more prevalent in family law courts. The old style of mother getting primary physical custody

Criminal defense unlikely for Eagles fans witnessed on videos

Pennsylvania cities with professional sports are hungry for victory and recognition. Philadelphia football is probably the neediest of them all. Consequently, the recent Eagles’ Super Bowl victory marked the end of a very long draught and gave the people there an outlet for pent-up emotions. Unfortunately, it appears that some took the celebrating too far, resulting in arrests and the need for criminal defense counsel

Understanding the principles of a postnuptial agreement

When two people enter a marriage, the idea in mind is to be together forever. In reality, however, many Pennsylvania couples will experience a divorce that may end up in contentious litigation over financial assets, children and property. A divorce can often be a tumultuous process, but in truth, it doesn’t have to be. For many, the term “prenuptial agreement” is a familiar, albeit unromantic

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Louis Emmi

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