Senator Folmer: Asset forfeiture law violates the constitutional rights of Pennsylvania residents

In theory, asset forfeiture is a practice is used by police to seize assets and ill-gotten gains from criminal enterprises like drug cartels.  That is the intent behind the law anyhow. Sounds good right? However, the reality is very very different. Police are allowed to seize those assets before any actual crime has been charged or proven….

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Pennsylvania participates in national DUI crackdown now through Labor Day

Pennsylvania State Police will be part of a nationwide crackdown on impaired driving commencing this weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Law Enforcement from all jurisdictions will patrol and conduct enforcement events at various points and on roving patrols. During this nation-wide crackdown, which will comprise more than 50 DUI Task Forces across Pennsylvania, major focus…

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Sen. Lloyd Smucker Demands More Stringent DUI Laws

On July 8, 2014, Meredith Demko died in a car accident. Repeat DUI offender, Thomas Gallangher Jr. was responsible for this and was charged accordingly.  In response to Meredith’s death, Sen. Lloyd Smucker (R-Lancaster) is currently calling for tougher laws “to prevent fatal DUI car accidents.” Sen. Smucker has proposed a bill demanding more stringent DUI…

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Lawful Gun Owners: Know Your Rights

Everyday lawful gun owners are wrongfully arrested.  It’s an unfortunate fact of life.  In the eyes of the police, the guy with the gun is the bad guy.  Watch the video below: This is why we have out together a new blog for Pennsylvania’s Law Abiding Gun Owners- PennLAGO.com. We encourage gun owners to learn…

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Bad batch of K2 causing problems in PA

Synthetic marijuana has been around for years now but a recent “spike” in overdoses has brought it back into the spotlight. Synthetic marijuana products like spice and K2 are illegal in Pennsylvania as well as across the country.  These designer drugs are made in laboratories and sold commercially.  While they are sold as marijuana substitutes, they…

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