Digital devices pose new challenges to offering admissible evidence in family court proceedings, including divorce and child support arrangements. They leave a record of communication that can be used against you or in your favor, depending on the situation.
The answer is, “Yes, you can.” And considering that in Pennsylvania, even misdemeanor possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana can land you in jail for up to 30 days and/or hold you responsible for paying a fine of up to $500, this is an alarming thought.
Going through a divorce is painful in all circumstances, but spousal infidelity can make the process even harder. If adultery is a factor in your divorce case, you may be wondering how it will affect outcomes such as spousal support, asset division, and child custody/support.
If you’ve been charged with or, are under criminal investigation for a drug crime, it can be stressful and difficult to fight. Drug convictions usually carry stiff penalties and potentially life-long consequences. It’s imperative that you take immediate action and speak to a drug charge attorney. Your life, your career, and your livelihood could be at risk.
Support, in a legal sense, refers to an amount of money paid for the separate maintenance of a child or spouse of the paying party. It can take different forms and can be arranged in private or through court intervention.
Molestation accusations are serious and could cause devastating damage to your reputation, personal life, and professional career. If you have been falsely accused or are under investigation for molestation, contact me to get the aggressive legal representation you need.
If you've been accused of a sexual crime, you should know what you are up against and how a conviction can destroy your life if you are innocent. Below are four laws that are currently active in the state of Pennsylvania that you should know more about.