Sexting Crimes

As sexting has become more prominent in Pennsylvania, lawmakers have taken steps to discourage this practice and punish offenders. Minors in Pennsylvania can face severe

Stanton D. Levenson Named to Super Lawyers 2024

At our firm, we’re proud of the uniquely collaborative approach we take to criminal defense cases. And while securing positive outcomes for our clients is

How Does Someone Accused of Embezzlement Fight Back in PA?

Embezzlement is one of the few white-collar criminal charges that may result from interpersonal accusations rather than a state or federal investigation. Sometimes, embezzlement comes

Why Would You Claim a Crime of Passion?

A crime of passion is a valid legal defense that can be used in some cases. It generally means that the person wasn’t thinking or

Following the Majority Is a Risk When Facing Federal Drug Charges

In Pennsylvania, individuals accused of violating drug laws will usually face prosecution at the state level. However, there are federal prohibition statutes that apply in

When Can Electronic Communications Get You Charged With a Crime?

There’s no doubt that the tone of discourse on social media sites has coarsened. Many people have no problem lashing out at a celebrity or

You Need a Strong Defense After Being Accused of Corporate Crimes

If you’re accused of corporate crimes, your priority should be building a defense that can help you protect yourself. Corporate crimes may include various charges

What’s at Risk When You Get Accused of Health Care Billing Fraud?

Compared with armed robbery, which victimizes an individual, or embezzlement, which involves pocketing your employer’s resources, health care fraud probably doesn’t seem like a serious

Medical Kickback Allegations Require a Robust Defense

There are strict federal regulations that govern the modern health care industry. Physicians and employees at hospitals or medical practices who run afoul of federal

Defending Medical Fraud Claims

Healthcare fraud is no light matter, costing U.S. companies, investors and taxpayers billions of dollars annually. Because of this, the federal government is cracking down