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Category Archives: Defenses/ Immunity
Use Of Breathalyzer Under Review Among Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Agencies | Bethany Hofstetter | 2/20/13
Many law enforcement agencies in western Pennsylvania are reviewing the use of breathalyzer tests during DUI stops after a ruling in the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas raised concerns about the tests’ reliability. On Dec. 31, Judge Lawrence F. … Continue reading
Question: What’s Up With the Implied Warranty of Habitability? My landlord has consistently failed to fix a problem, even though I have informed him of the issue numerous times. What can I do? Answer: Pennsylvania law dealing with landlords and … Continue reading
Milton Hershey School To Pay $700,000 To End Complaint Over HIV-Discrimination | aidslawpa.org | 9/12/12
PHILADELPHIA (Sept. 12, 2012) – A 14-year-old ninth grader and his mother will receive $700,000 from the Milton Hershey School in a federal AIDS-discrimination lawsuit settlement announced today by the nonprofit AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania. The Milton Hershey School … Continue reading
Blogger Who Supported Cop-Killing on His Facebook Pages Is Charged | Philly.com | Julie Shaw | 9/11/12
JOSHUA SCOTT ALBERT, an unemployed blogger who had attracted the wrath of local restaurateurs before he recently triggered outrage among law-enforcement authorities for Facebook pages he created calling for the murders of two top law-enforcement officials and another page that … Continue reading
PSA on PA Good Samaritan Law / Medical- Amnesty Law For Underage Drinkers: Main Line Teens Create PSA | Philly.com | 6/14/12
PA: What would you do if you were an underage drinker at a party where a friend suddenly gets sick or passes out? The students of the Coalition for Youth of Lower Merion and Narberth’s Youth Advisory Council produced a … Continue reading