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January 2018 Archives

Man with domestic relations warrant faces drug charges

A man in Pennsylvania was recently taken into custody for drug-related offenses. However, the police search that led to his drug charges initially had nothing to do with drugs. Instead, the man had an active domestic relations warrant for not making child support payments.

When Custody Modifications Are A Good Idea

A period of time after the initial divorce settlement, it’s a good idea to revisit the custody agreement to see if there’s a need for modifications to the plan. In Pennsylvania law, there are 16 best interest factors that act as a guideline for acceptable initial custody agreements as well as modifications. The factors break down into a few categories. Successful modifications keep these deliberation factors in mind:

Alleged drunk driving and alcohol test refusal lead to new fee

For those who are stopped and suspected of driving while intoxicated in Pennsylvania, a major question is whether they should take a blood or breath test. A new state law regarding drunk driving may change how individuals in these situations respond to breath or blood test results. According to the state law, which will go into effect on Jan. 11, there is a brand-new fee for those who refuse to submit to blood alcohol testing.

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