U. S. Supreme Court soon to decide major cell phone data case
Mooney & Associates are following the major U.S. Supreme Court case that could effect everyone who owns a cell phone. Read a little background and how it could impact you.
Why Having the right DUI Attorney Will Make All The Difference
Mooney & Associates Attorney Shawn Stottlemyer explains that the right DUI Attorney can make all the difference in ones DUI/DWI case. Read on to find out how and why it’s important to choose the right one.
Mooney gets tampering charges dropped against Hanover Constable
Attorney John Mooney, founder of regional law firm Mooney & Associates, got criminal charges dropped by the York County DA against a Hanover constable. Read on to discover how Mooney & Associates was able to do so.
Target 25 DUI Bail Conditions in York County – Know what to expect
Mooney Attorney Paul Royer explains the reasoning behind York, PA’s special bail conditions imposed by Target 25, its real world applications and what to do if you face them.
Pennsylvania Senate Votes 50-0 to Restrict Firearms Rights in Domestic Violence Cases
The Pennsylvania Senate unanimously approved a bill that would force those convicted of a crime of domestic violence to turn in their firearms quicker than under the current law and requires those with a Protection From Abuse Order to immediately relinquish their firearms and ammunition.
You Should Consult An Attorney Before Paying A Traffic Ticket
Mooney & Associates Attorney Shawn Stottlemyer explains the confusing aspects of receiving a traffic violation, and why it’s best to consult an attorney before making any payments. Read on to learn more about what to do if you find yourself in this tricky situation.
PA Superior Court Invalidates Statute Defining A Sexually Violent Predator
Until recently, registration requirements for sexual offenders were considered civil rather than criminal. Mooney & Associates Attorney Shawn Stottlemyer explains the recent case that may bring on change and what it means for you.
New Pennsylvania Personal Information Policy
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued new rules to protect personal information for those persons involved with the courts. When you hire a lawyer to help you with whatever kind of situation you are facing, protecting your identity and personal information is probably one of the last things you think about.