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April 2014 Archives

Please Join Us in Harrisburg on Wednesday, April 30th in Support of Childhood Victims of Sexual Abuse

Pennsylvania State Representative Mark Rozzi will be hosting a press conference for House Bill 2067 on Wednesday, April 30th in the media room at the capitol building in Harrisburg.

Man convicted of murder for killing two teenage intruders

The debate over gun control in the United States continues to be one of the most divisive issues facing our country. In the wake of numerous mass-shooting tragedies, certain states have enacted tighter gun-control laws while others have gone in the opposite direction. And it seems that with each new fatal shooting justified in the name of personal protection, the debate gets louder.

Sex abuse victims question decision to canonize Pope John Paul II

The Catholic Church is among the largest, oldest and most entrenched organizations in the world. As such, when the Church does anything quickly it is almost certainly newsworthy. That’s one reason why Catholics here and Pennsylvania and around the country have been talking about the canonization of Pope John Paul II, who died in 2005.

Philadelphia city vehicle hits and kills stopped motorist on I-76

Pennsylvanians know that car accidents happen every day throughout the United States. They also know that car collisions sometimes have devastating consequences, including severe injuries and deaths. In many cases, these accidents are caused by driver negligence. Such behaviors as drunken, distracted and reckless driving by themselves increase the probability that a car crash will happen.

PA bill could help keep child sex abusers out of school jobs

If we have learned anything from the multitude of child sex abuse scandals in Pennsylvania schools, it is to never trust a teacher or other staff member without verification. Too many teachers and get moved around for sexual misconduct when they should be reported to authorities. Almost without fail they go on to commit sexual abuse against other children.

New technology could prevent one common surgical error

In the course of operating on patients, surgeons, nurses and other health-care personnel are supposed to follow strict procedures to ensure the safety of every surgery patient. Unfortunately, in Pennsylvania, like elsewhere in the country, too many surgical errors have been committed by health-care professionals despite their best intentions. These errors too often harm patients and even cost lives.

Why Would Dottie Sandusky Say What She's Said?

Attorney Jeffrey Fritz of Soloff & Zervanos, along with co-counsel Ben Andreozzi of Harrisburg, represented multiple victims of Jerry Sandusky and find the statements made by his wife on the "Today" show interview by Matt Lauer on March 12, 2014 utterly false and misleading.

Sandusky's appeal request denied by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

The effects of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal continue to be felt throughout Pennsylvania. In light of the overwhelming number of victims who came forward, it came as little surprise that Sandusky was convicted and given a harsh sentence. A jury found Sandusky guilty on 45 counts of sexual abuse involving at least 10 boys over a 15-year period.

Wealthy heir who sexually abused his children sued by ex-wife

It is sometimes overwhelming to hear stories that remind us of just how much evil exists in this world. This is one of many reasons why crimes committed against children must be punished. As a society, we need to see that justice is real and that the justice system works.

Philly truck driver charged in fatal drunken-driving accident

Although most Pennsylvania residents think news about traffic accidents almost always means a car was involved, some accidents actually involve much larger vehicles such as buses and trucks. Because so many cars populate public roads and highways, however, cars are very frequently often involved in collisions with other types of vehicles.

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