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Being convicted of DUI in the United States can carry serious consequences. These consequences become even more severe for non-citizens. When a non-citizen is arrested for DUI, a permanent record is made of the arrest. As a result, this arrest can appear every time the non-citizen attempts to enter the country, adjust his/her status, or otherwise obtain an immigration benefit.
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Given the nature of the political climate, non-citizens living in the United States are under a microscope. Now more than ever, when a non-citizen makes a mistake or commits a crime the government is ready to take action. For a citizen, a criminal conviction can result in probation, fines, or jail time. But for a non-citizen, being convicted of a crime can result in removal from the United States. Being removed from the country not only affects the individual being convicted, but it also makes a serious impact on that person’s family.
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A sense of freedom and adventure, the scenery passing by on a wonderful journey, the wind and roar of the engine enticing, it is almost magical.
Unfortunately, motorcyclists are often injured while enjoying these experiences as other motorists fail to make proper observations of their 2-wheeled traveling companions, or those motorists simply don't respect the safety of the motorcycle rider.
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In June 2012 the Obama administration created a policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, simply known as DACA. The purpose of DACA was to allow certain individuals who entered the United States as minors to be eligible for work permits and receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation. As of 2017, approximately 800,000 people in the United States were enrolled in DACA. DACA significantly decreased the number of immigrant households living in poverty, and was an overall benefit for the U.S. economy. Most of those who registered for DACA (called Dreamers) are in their twenties, and research shows that roughly 80% of the registrants were 10 years old or younger when they entered the United States.
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Criminal trespass is roughly defined as someone entering a property or place by subterfuge without having permission to enter, but not having the intent to commit a crime once inside.
Criminal trespass is usually charged alongside burglary and is considered a “lesser included offense” of Burglary. This means that if you are charged with burglary, you will also likely be charged with criminal trespass. If you are only charged with criminal trespass, there are a number of defenses you can pursue.
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Identity theft is considered by many law enforcement officials to be a serious crime, and can range anywhere from a Misdemeanor of the first degree to a felony of the second degree, depending on the value of any loss to another person, and whether that person is in a protected class.
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Car theft is a serious crime that is usually charged as a felony offense. If police believe you stole a car, they will charge you with Theft by Unlawful Taking, Receiving Stolen Property, and/or other theft related offenses. If police believe you stole the car by force, however slight, you will be charged with Felony Robbery in addition to any theft offenses.
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With modern communication and types of payment, bad check charges are not seen as often as before. However, they can still cause significant headaches, since this type of charge can damage your reputation, and cause you years of problems.
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In Pennsylvania, leaving the scene of an accident can be a summary offense or a Misdemeanor of the first degree. If you leave the scene of an accident and nobody is hurt, you can be charged with a non-criminal summary offense. However, if a person is hurt, even slightly, you can be charged with a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
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The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. has decades of experience litigating illegal searches and seizures. An Illegal Search And Seizure occurs when police, or other person acting under police or government orders, searches another person’s body or other property without having probable cause or a warrant to search.
The law for search and seizure is complicated and there are many things police can do without violating your rights. It’s important to have the right attorney handle your case – one who knows the law and can immediately spot how to most effectively defend your case.
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