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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Officials Look at Better Ways to Manage Opioid Epidemic

A 75-member advisory group working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office is getting closer to unveiling an action plan to combat the opioid epidemic impact communities throughout Pennsylvania and across the country. The advisory group, which includes law enforcement officials, health experts and drug abuse prevention specialists (among other professionals), is working on a plan to […]

Sentencing Reform Advocates Call for Review of Pennsylvania Laws

Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), a national organization that advocates for sentencing reform across the United States, has officially called for a review of how courts in Pennsylvania approach sentencing for individuals convicted of criminal offenses. According to an August news release, FAMM called on Pennsylvania’s Justice Reinvestment Working Group to examine and address how […]

Lab Error May Have Caused Inaccurate BAC Results in Erie County

The discovery of a testing error at a laboratory facility means that about 1,700 Erie County blood alcohol content (BAC) results have needed to be reviewed. According to initial reports, the reprocessing resulted in several tests that needed to be adjusted. However, it’s not yet clear what that will mean for the driving under the […]

Pennsylvania Attorney General Convicted on 9 Criminal Counts

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement official has been forced to resign after being convicted on nine different criminal counts.  Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane officially left her post Tuesday, August 30 after a jury found her guilty on nine criminal charges, including two felony counts of perjury. At issue have been accusations that […]

New Data Reveals State Police Arrested Record Number of People for Drugged Driving in 2015

Recently released data from the Pennsylvania State Police indicates there was a significant spike in drug-specific driving under the influence (DUI) arrests in 2015. Law enforcement officers in the state have reportedly become experts at pinpointing individuals who are driving while intoxicated. Now, they are also honing their skills at finding people driving while impaired […]


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