Maybe you were hauled into the police station in handcuffs, clearly under suspicion of something serious. Maybe you were simply asked to come down to the station for “a friendly chat.” Either way, you don’t like the implications being made or the way the questions...
Can you really get in legal trouble for a physical altercation?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Oct 21, 2022 | Criminal Defense
People sometimes get into a physical fight when they had no prior intention to do so. This isn’t something they thought out and planned. It’s just an event that happened. Maybe they had a few too many drinks at the bar, for instance, and they got into a scuffle with...
3 reasons police can enter your home
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Sep 12, 2022 | Criminal Defense
The police are not always allowed to enter your home. American citizens are protected from illegal searches and seizures. You have a right to privacy in your own house, and even the government authorities often cannot violate that right. However, there are three...
Are DUI checkpoints a violation of your basic rights?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Mar 25, 2022 | Criminal Defense
The federal Constitution and Pennsylvania state law extend protections to individuals. Some of these rights relate to interactions with law enforcement. For example, there are limitations on police searches and rules against forcing someone to testify against...
5 defenses to consider when charged with criminal assault
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Dec 22, 2021 | Criminal Defense
It was all because of a high school basketball game. You wish you could take back your actions, but it is too late now. A disagreement at a local bar led to an altercation between you and another man. Now, you face an assault charge. This is a criminal charge with...
Police need a reason for a DUI stop
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Nov 15, 2019 | Criminal Defense
One of the most important factors in any DUI traffic stop is that the police must have a reason to make that stop in the first place. A stop can never be random. They must have either reasonable suspicion that they found an intoxicated driver or they must at least...
Eyewitnesses are wrong an uncomfortable amount of the time
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Aug 15, 2019 | Criminal Defense
After criminal accusations, a lot of different elements may impact the case. They could include the testimony of the accused, the statements from police officers, the forensic evidence from the scene and much more. All of these work together to help the judge and jury...
The different elements of a preliminary hearing
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Mar 12, 2018 | Criminal Defense
Everyone makes mistakes, and some of those mistakes can lead to serious consequences. Particularly in cases of acts that impose upon the safety, comfort, or financial standing of others, parties may face criminal charges. The trial process can be overwhelming and...
- March 2023 (1)
- February 2023 (1)
- December 2022 (2)
- October 2022 (1)
- September 2022 (1)
- August 2022 (1)
- July 2022 (1)
- June 2022 (2)
- April 2022 (1)
- March 2022 (2)
- December 2021 (3)
- September 2021 (1)
- August 2021 (1)
- May 2021 (1)
- March 2021 (1)
- February 2021 (1)
- December 2020 (2)
- November 2020 (1)
- October 2020 (1)
- September 2020 (1)
- August 2020 (2)
- June 2020 (1)
- May 2020 (2)
- November 2019 (1)
- August 2019 (1)
- May 2019 (1)
- February 2019 (1)
- November 2018 (1)
- August 2018 (1)
- May 2018 (1)
- March 2018 (1)
- November 2017 (1)
- September 2017 (1)
- Credit card debt solutions often lead to more problems
- What can you do if you can’t pay your child support?
- Won’t I look guilty if I don’t answer police questions without an attorney?
- Things to remember about small business owner divorce
- Can you really get in legal trouble for a physical altercation?