default logo

First member of Wilmington gang jailed under Associations Act – news – Wilmington Star News

District Attorney Ben David defends civil injunction, but some say punishment goes too far WILMINGTON – A Wilmington judge on Friday sentenced an alleged gang member to three months in prison fo
Continue Reading →

11 black men jailed for murder under controversial ‘guilty by association’ law – RT UK News

Some of the young black men jailed for the murder of Abdul Hafidah under the Joint Ventures Act have been convicted of racial stereotypes linking them to a gang and have been found “guilty by as
Continue Reading →

Township of Kingston. Police Department Obtains Law Enforcement Certification from Pennsylvania Association of Chiefs of Police

Township of Kingston. Police service gets accreditation Kingston Township Police Chief Michael Moravec and Dallas Township Police Chief and President of the Pennsylvania Police Chiefs Association Robe
Continue Reading →

Township of Kingston. Police Department Obtains Law Enforcement Certification from Pennsylvania Association of Chiefs of Police

KINGSTON TWP. – The Kingston Township Police Department celebrated an eight-year victory in the making Thursday night with an open house. During the event, the department unveiled its accredited
Continue Reading →

Delaware Bar Association Legal Council Recommends Fee Transfer Limits

A 2014 Delaware Supreme Court ruling allowing companies to shift legal fees to suing investors could be largely overturned, following recommendations made by experts at the State Bar of Delaware. Stat
Continue Reading →

“Here Come the Judges” organized by Association Law Group and Hotwire Communications

Return (left to right): Aventura Comm. Howard Weinberg, Association Law Group; Judge Jason Dimitris; Michael Furshman, Association Law Group; Justice Caryn Canner Schwartz; Ben Solomon, Association La
Continue Reading →

HRW: association bill threatens civil society groups

Human Rights Watch warns that Myanmar’s bill on associations does not meet international human rights standards and should be revised, warning that it allows “excessive government control&
Continue Reading →

Three Honorees at Cumberland County Bar Association Law Day Breakfast

BRIDGETON – County-wide prosecutors and defense lawyers Staff photo by Cindy HepnerLawyer Rocco Cipparone addresses the Cumberland County Bar Association’s annual Law Day breakfast on Frid
Continue Reading →