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Laguna Reyes Maloney, LLP Laguna Reyes Maloney, LLP has been proud to represent our clients in all of Pennsylvania’s State and Federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, for over 25 years.

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Study Finds 92% Of Taliban Are Happy They Voted For Biden
08/18/2021
Study Finds 92% Of Taliban Are Happy They Voted For Biden

Study Finds 92% Of Taliban Are Happy They Voted For Biden

KABUL - According to a survey conducted by local media in Taliban-controlled Kabul, 92% of Taliban fighters are very thankful they decided to vote for Biden in the 2020 election. 'Of course I voted for Biden! Didn't everyone around here?' said Abdul Mohammed Mohammed Abdul Mohammed, a local infantry...

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02/18/2019

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11/29/2017

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Don’t Offend the Court with What You Wear
05/19/2015
Don’t Offend the Court with What You Wear

Don’t Offend the Court with What You Wear

Murder Defendant Wears “Crime Pays” Tee Shirt to Hearing A 22-year-old Philadelphia man charged with murder showed up for his preliminary hearing in September sporting a tee shirt with the words “Crime Pays” in bold letters across the front. Jeremiah Jakson appeared in court charged with the death…

Parents Face Loss of Home because of Son’s Misdeed
05/12/2015
Parents Face Loss of Home because of Son’s Misdeed

Parents Face Loss of Home because of Son’s Misdeed

Critics Point to Attempted Forfeiture as Sign of System’s Failure Attorneys filed a class action lawsuit in September, 2014, naming the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office as a defendant. The law claims that the DA’s office has abused the civil forfeiture program and is essentially using it as…

Former Heads of Forfeiture Office Call for Program’s Termination
05/05/2015
Former Heads of Forfeiture Office Call for Program’s Termination

Former Heads of Forfeiture Office Call for Program’s Termination

Former Forfeiture Chiefs Say System Has Become Corrupt John Yoder and Brad Cates, both of whom have served as director of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Asset Forfeiture Office, have called for the program to be disbanded, contending that it is rife with corruption and improper practices. The…

Florida Prison Guards Terminated after Spate of Inmate Deaths
04/28/2015
Florida Prison Guards Terminated after Spate of Inmate Deaths

Florida Prison Guards Terminated after Spate of Inmate Deaths

32 Fired after Investigation Reveals Wrongful Behavior In the aftermath of a call by U.S. Attorney Eric Holder’s office for an investigation into practices in Florida prisons, the state’s Department of Corrections has terminated 32 guards. Department Secretary Michael Crews said that all of those…

Police Look for Better Ways to Respond to Mentally Ill Suspects
04/13/2015
Police Look for Better Ways to Respond to Mentally Ill Suspects

Police Look for Better Ways to Respond to Mentally Ill Suspects

Training Program Set Up for Officers to Deal With Mentally Ill As more and more high-profile confrontations between police and citizens tighten the focus on the ways that law enforcement officers respond to potentially dangerous situations, police departments are looking for ways to improve the…

I've worked with Roger for many years and know that he is very effective at getting things done for his clients.
04/11/2015
Reviewed by Laura Reyes Maloney, via Google

I've worked with Roger for many years and know that he is very effective at getting things done for his clients.

I've worked with Roger for many years and know that he is very effective at getting things done for his clients.

Unconscious Racial Bias Still Prevalent, But Researchers Look for Ways to Combat
04/02/2015
Unconscious Racial Bias Still Prevalent, But Researchers Look for Ways to Combat

Unconscious Racial Bias Still Prevalent, But Researchers Look for Ways to Combat

Scholarly Research Looks at Ways to Reduce or Minimize Unconscious Racial Bias Experts say that even the most “enlightened” people, individuals who regularly work and interact with persons of different color, still have some feelings of racial bias or discrimination. Studies show that for…

Laura Reyes Maloney provided legal counsel for my estate planning and will. Her work was extremely thorough and it was a...
04/01/2015
Reviewed by Cathy, via Avvo

Laura Reyes Maloney provided legal counsel for my estate planning and will. Her work was extremely thorough and it was a pleasure to work with her.

Laura Reyes Maloney provided legal counsel for my estate planning and will. Her work was extremely thorough and it was a pleasure to work with her.

Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years
03/26/2015
Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years

Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years

Study Shows Mass Shooting Have Tripled According to a report issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in September, the number of incidents of multiple homicides in a fi****ms attack has tripled in recent years. The FBI looked at data related to shootings between 2000 and 2013, examining 160…

Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years
02/13/2015
Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years

Mass Killings Increase Dramatically in Last Seven Years

Study Shows Mass Shooting Have Tripled According to a report issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in September, the number of incidents of multiple homicides in a fi****ms attack has tripled in recent years. The FBI looked at data related to shootings between 2000 and 2013, examining 160…

Lawsuit Alleges Georgia Police Officers Have Unconstitutional Quota System for Tickets
01/27/2015
Lawsuit Alleges Georgia Police Officers Have Unconstitutional Quota System for Tickets

Lawsuit Alleges Georgia Police Officers Have Unconstitutional Quota System for Tickets

Former DeKalb County Police Officer Acknowledges “Unwritten” Program Thanks to the DeKalb County DUI Lawyers and to videotape of a police officer allegedly planting ma*****na on a suspect, the spotlight has been turned on the DeKalb County (Georgia) Police Department, with accusations that the…

21st Century Crime Dog Sniffs Out Hard Drives
01/20/2015
21st Century Crime Dog Sniffs Out Hard Drives

21st Century Crime Dog Sniffs Out Hard Drives

Police Officer Trains Dog to Detect Digital Storage Devices As more and more documents and evidence have gone digital, police have experienced advantages and disadvantages. If external hard drives and other digital storage devices can be found, police have a wealth of information available. Finding…

Macy’s Liable for Death of Employee
12/18/2014
Macy’s Liable for Death of Employee

Macy’s Liable for Death of Employee

Company Pays $950,000 Fine after Employee Decapitation The retail giant Macy’s has agreed to pay a fine of $950,000 after an employee in the company’s Los Angeles distribution center was decapitated in a cardboard baler/compactor. The company also pleaded no contest to a criminal misdemeanor…

Police Deny that Murder Suspect Asked Siri for Advice on Where to Hide Body
12/08/2014
Police Deny that Murder Suspect Asked Siri for Advice on Where to Hide Body

Police Deny that Murder Suspect Asked Siri for Advice on Where to Hide Body

Screen Grab Leads to Misinformation Contrary to what had earlier been reported, murder suspect Pedro Bravo may not have asked his cell phone to give him a recommendation on where to hide the body. Bravo is charged with killing fellow University of Florida student Christian Aguilar in a dispute of a…

Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Sued Over Civil Forfeiture Actions
11/20/2014
Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Sued Over Civil Forfeiture Actions

Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Sued Over Civil Forfeiture Actions

Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Sued Over Civil Forfeiture Actions District Attorney’s Office Accused of Running Forfeiture for Profit Scheme The state of Pennsylvania authorized civil forfeiture in 1988, ostensibly to prevent criminals from amassing substantial physical assets as a result…

Ex-Officers Fight Police Abuse
11/06/2014
Ex-Officers Fight Police Abuse

Ex-Officers Fight Police Abuse

Former Police Officer Leads Team of Ex-Cops Who Investigate Claims of Police Misconduct Allen E. Smith, a former police officer in Fort Lauderdale, now leads an elite team of investigators, most of them former law enforcement officers, who use their experience and knowledge to determine whether…

Dog Day Afternoon – New Documentary Adds to Legend
10/30/2014
Dog Day Afternoon – New Documentary Adds to Legend

Dog Day Afternoon – New Documentary Adds to Legend

New Documentary Adds to Real Story Behind Dog Day Afternoon The movie is an American icon—Al Pacino as the gay man who attempts to rob a bank to pay for his lover’s s*x change. From its release in 1975, Dog Day Afternoon always carried the disclaimer/admonition that it was “based on a true story.”…

Drug Trafficking Charges in Pennsylvania
09/29/2014
Drug Trafficking Charges in Pennsylvania

Drug Trafficking Charges in Pennsylvania

If you are under suspicion for or have been charged with the sale, distribution or trafficking of controlled substances in Pennsylvania, you want to know your rights. Your best option is to retain an attorney as soon as possible. However, there are other steps you can take to protect yourself....

Megan’s Law and Sexual Predator Violations
09/22/2014
Megan’s Law and Sexual Predator Violations

Megan’s Law and Sexual Predator Violations

Under Pennsylvania’s version of Megan’s Law, if you plead guilty to or are convicted of certain s*x crimes, you must register with the state police as a s*x offender. The registration may be for as little as 15 years, but may also be for the rest of your life. Once you have registered, you may […]

Juvenile Violations: What is a Status Offense?
08/20/2014
Juvenile Violations: What is a Status Offense?

Juvenile Violations: What is a Status Offense?

So-Called “Status” Offenses in the Juvenile System In Pennsylvania, juveniles can be charged with summary offenses—acts that would be considered crimes if committed by adults. They can also be charged with what are known as “status offenses”—conduct that only brings sanctions because of the...

Questions to Ask Potential Attorneys
08/06/2014
Questions to Ask Potential Attorneys

Questions to Ask Potential Attorneys

If this is your first time hiring an attorney, most likely you are unsure of what to ask the attorney before hiring the attorney. The following is a handy checklist of basic questions to ask before you hire an attorney The Lawyer’s Experience How long have you been practicing in this field or...

Juvenile Violations in Pennsylvania
07/16/2014
Juvenile Violations in Pennsylvania

Juvenile Violations in Pennsylvania

Juvenile Offenses in Pennsylvania — What to Expect In Pennsylvania, most juvenile offenses fall into one of two categories: delinquency or summary offenses. Delinquency involves acts that would be considered crimes if committed by an adult — if you are charged with delinquency, you will be...

I Think I’m Being Watched on Computer by Police. What to Do?
07/02/2014
I Think I’m Being Watched on Computer by Police. What to Do?

I Think I’m Being Watched on Computer by Police. What to Do?

In response to a congressional inquiry, mobile phone companies have been forced to disclose just how many times they’ve handed over users’ cellphone data to the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. It has been estimated that cellphone companies responded to 1.3 million demands for subscribers’...

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Guidelines in Pennsylvania
06/12/2014
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Guidelines in Pennsylvania

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Guidelines in Pennsylvania

An Overview of Pennsylvania’s Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Guidelines Like other states, Pennsylvania has implemented mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines for a wide range of criminal offenses. When in place, these measures set a floor for the fines or jail time assessed for specific crimes. A...

06/05/2014
What Do I Do If I’m Under Investigation?

What Do I Do If I’m Under Investigation?

If you have knowledge that you are under active investigation by the law enforcement community then you have certain inalienable rights afforded to you by the constitution, state, and local laws. You have the rights to leave any interview, have a lawyer present, to remain silent, and to have...

I love ecerything about Laura she gets the job done she is working on a case for me right would not turn to anyone else ...
05/29/2014
Reviewed by Kimberly

I love ecerything about Laura she gets the job done she is working on a case for me right would not turn to anyone else thank you

I love ecerything about Laura she gets the job done she is working on a case for me right would not turn to anyone else thank you

I have been employed with firm since 1998 and enjoy working here. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs legal...
05/29/2014
Reviewed by Nansi A., via Yelp

I have been employed with firm since 1998 and enjoy working here. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs legal representation both civil and criminal.

I have been employed with firm since 1998 and enjoy working here. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs legal representation both civil and criminal.

Quota-Driven Traffic Tickets — What are Your Options?
05/21/2014
Quota-Driven Traffic Tickets — What are Your Options?

Quota-Driven Traffic Tickets — What are Your Options?

Do Police Officers Have Traffic Ticket Quotas? It can often seem like police officers have either quotas or incentives related to the number of traffic tickets they issue. At certain times each month, they may set up traps in high traffic areas or zones where speeding is more likely. The...

Laura is personable and is very good at doing her job ! She works hard for her clients.
05/09/2014
Reviewed by Melinda B.

Laura is personable and is very good at doing her job ! She works hard for her clients.

Laura is personable and is very good at doing her job ! She works hard for her clients.

What Is the Three Strikes Law?
05/07/2014
What Is the Three Strikes Law?

What Is the Three Strikes Law?

Three strikes laws are statutes enacted by state governments which mandate state courts to impose harsher sentences on habitual offenders who are convicted of three or more serious criminal offenses. Twenty-four states have some form of habitual offender law. Pennsylvania enacted a three strikes...

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