2022/10/13 · Pennsylvania has deemed certain felonies cannot be expunged. Individuals convicted of criminal homicide, crimes against an unborn child, or assault cannot have their felonies expunged under the Clean Slate are not eligible for expungement. Offenses relating to the criminal homicide that cannot be expunged include: Murder Voluntary manslaughter
18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 3122.1 Statutory sexual assault. Four years older but less than eight years older than the victim; or. Eight years older but less than 11 years older than the victim. A person commits a felony of the first degree when that person engages in sexual intercourse with a victim under the age of 16 years and that person is 11 or
2016/06/20 · Pennsylvania Criminal Laws. Most crimes are charged and prosecuted at the state level. While the types of conduct considered criminal are relatively constant throughout the U.S., each state is unique and Pennsylvania is no exception. For instance, Pennsylvania continues to allow the death penalty by lethal injection for certain crimes such as
(1) Drug abuse violations 1,841,182 (2) Driving while Intoxicated 1,427,494 (aka Felony DUI ) (3) Property crime 1,610,088 (includes burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.) (4) Larceny-theft 1,172,762 (5) Assault 1,305,693 (6) Disorderly conduct
Pennsylvania firefighters dead after being trapped in three-alarm blaze. Two Pennsylvania firefighters died from injuries sustained in a three-alarm house fire on Wednesday. A third body was also
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, common law felony murder was codified as "Murder of the Second Degree."  The statute provides that " [c]riminal homicide constitutes murder of the second degree when it is committed while defendant was engaged as a principal or an accomplice in the perpetration of a felony." 
2018/08/06 · In most cases, you cannot obtain a felony expungement in PA. However, if you are over 70, have received a pardon or are representing a deceased person, you may petition the court for an expungement. You must wait 10 years from the time of your last arrest or conviction if you are over 70.
2022/10/03 · The felony murder rule is alive and well in Pennsylvania criminal cases. Basically, any death which occurs during the commission of a felony, such as robbery, arson, etc., may be charged as murder in the second degree. 18 PA. STAT. ANN. § 2502 (b) provides: Murder of the second degree.–. A criminal homicide constitutes murder of the second
2021/05/06 · Punishments in Pennsylvania for a fraud crime can range from a summary offense to a first-degree felony, depending on the circumstances of your case. The following are the specific punishments corresponding to the charge: Summary offense: 0-90 days in jail Up to $300 in fines Third-degree Misdemeanor Up to 1 year in jail Up to $2,000 in fines
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, felonies are further classified into the following degrees: First-Degree Felony– Punishable by up to twenty (20) years in prison and a maximum fine of $25,000. Examples of first-degree felony offenses include: Home burglary Rape Theft of property worth over $500,000 Kidnapping
Pennsylvania has set into place statutes of limitations for felonies to be prosecuted in a court of law for criminal acts. There is no limitation for voluntary manslaughter, murder, conspiracy to murder, felony connection to first- or second-degree murder, murder, vehicular homicide, and solicitation to commit murder.
2020/06/15 · If the stolen property is worth over $100,000 but no more than $500,000, the theft is a second-degree felony. The maximum penalty for a conviction is ten years in custody and a fine of $25,000. The theft of a firearm in Pennsylvania
2019/08/07 · There are three levels of DUI charges under the latest Pennsylvania drunk driving laws: General Impairment applies to offenders with a blood alcohol content (BAC) between .08 and .099 percent; A high BAC charge stems from a BAC between .10 to .159 percent; and The highest BAC charge applies to drivers with BACs over .16 percent.
2022/07/12 · PA Supreme Court heard "Death by Incarceration" case in April 2022; decision awaits. A 2020 lawsuit, filed on behalf of six people serving life without parole sentences for felony murder, was heard by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court April 2022. Lawyers from advocacy organizations Abolitionist Law Center, Constitutional Rights and the Amistad Law