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April 2015 Archives

Man gets sentenced for deadly motorcycle crash

According to court documents, a Pennsylvania man was sentenced to serve between 179 days and 23 months for his role in causing a fatal motorcycle accident on June 28, 2014. The 26-year-old man was sentenced in a York County court on April 17.

Hummelstown man faces DWI charge following crash

Police charged a 43-year-old man from Hummelstown with driving while under the influence after he was involved in a head-on crash that led to two people being hospitalized. According to Pennsylvania State Police, the vehicle the man was operating crossed the roadway and went through the guardrail. He struck another vehicle being operated by a 74-year-old man from Harrisburg. The incident took place around 5:45 p.m. on April 10.

Mediation and domestic violence in child custody cases

Some Pennsylvania parents who have been the victims of domestic violence may find themselves embroiled in a child custody dispute with their abuser. It is important for them to inform the court in order to receive adequate protection throughout their cases. Doing so can also help protect the child's health, welfare and safety.

Driver pleads guilty to DUI crash that injured woman

On April 6, a Pennsylvania man pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a drunk driving accident that seriously injured an 80-year-old woman in Thornbury in October 2014. He faces up to six years in state prison.

Survivor in serious condition after deadly Pennsylvania crash

Pennsylvania State Police reported that the 59-year-old man who lost his wife and son in a head-on car accident on Interstate 81 remains in serious condition at Geisinger Wyoming Valley. He had been traveling in a vehicle with his family when it was hit by a car that shifted into oncoming traffic.

Pennsylvania domestic violence and divorce

There are a number of ways in which a spouse or partner may be abused by someone they care about, and they all fall under the general heading of domestic violence. This is a problem in Pennsylvania just as much as anywhere else, and partners or spouses who have been subjected to such treatment often wonder whether what they experienced was domestic violence if there was no physical injury involved.