Monthly Archives: October 2011

Pa.’s Version of Adam Walsh Act Would List Teens As Sex Offenders | The Patriot-News | Sara Ganim | 10/27/11

As part of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, teenagers in Pennsylvania who are found delinquent in juvenile court of serious sex crimes might soon be part of a national sex-offender registry. The Act is set pass by … Continue reading

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PA and NJ Homeowners File Foreclosure Fraud Class Action Against Wells Fargo and Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg | PRWEB | 10/27/11

On behalf of a proposed class of distressed homeowners residing in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, BHN Law Firm filed a Complaint in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (Wells Fargo) … Continue reading

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Iowa Jail Search Law Is A Model For U.S. Court | The Register’s Editorial | 10/26/11

Albert Florence, a New Jersey man believes his rights were violated because he was subjected to an invasive strip search when jailed on a minor traffic charge. The court needs to define what type of search is “reasonable.” He wants … Continue reading

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Reduced Sentence For Miami-Dade Rapist Under May 2010 Supreme Court Ruling | David Ovalle | 10/26/11

Jacamo Ardon, a Miami man convicted in the brutal 1991 gang rape of a college student will soon leave prison, thanks to a controversial U.S. Supreme Court ruling that banned life-without-parole sentences for juveniles who did not kill anyone during … Continue reading

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PA State House and Senate Recently Passed House Bill 9, Which Increases Safety Restrictions and Training for Teen Drivers | PennLive.com | Emily Baseman | 10/22/11

The PA state House and Senate recently passed House Bill 9, which increases safety restrictions and training for teen drivers. The new measure takes aim at these most common driving distractions. House Bill 9 is now awaiting Gov. Tom Corbett’s … Continue reading

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