Congratulations to Cathi Leigh McAdams and Amanda Jones

The CPPA (Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association) recently re-elected Cathi Leigh McAdams as President, and elected Amanda Jones as Vice President.  Both of these extraordinary women have been working for The McShane Firm for a number of years. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication both of them put in on a daily basis. The mission…

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Congratulations to Cathi Leigh!

Cathi Leigh McAdams was recently elected as President of the Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association (CPPA).  Cathi Leigh has previously served as CPPA’s 1st Vice President and 2nd Vice President. The mission of the CPPA is: To promote, protect and advance the paralegal profession and its interests through fostering creative expansion of paralegal roles, at all…

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The ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer-Scientist Designation

The paradigm is shifting again. Advancements in science in technology have changed every aspect of our lives.  It wasn’t too long ago that we used to have telephone booths.  Now mobile phones have made them relics of an ancient era. No one had a personal computer. Now, all but few have cell phones that have…

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Cop Arrested for Fabricating Evidence: It’s About Time!

Recently, a police officer in Florida was arrested for fabricating evidence in DUI cases.  I say: It’s about time! FL Highway Patrol Trooper, Scott Kuntsmann, arrested for fabricating arrest reports … Following an investigation by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, it was determined Kunstmann not only fabricated arrest records, but also…

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You can probably hire him for the cost of an extra value meal.

Defend Your Own DUI Charge for $10?!

I came across a site that advertised a “Complete Guide to Defending Your DUI” for $10.  I’m pretty sure that’s $10 too many. As we have discussed on this blog numerous times, DUI is a very complex field of law.  In many cases, there is no tangible physical evidence, only reports and police opinions.  To…

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