Pennsylvania State Police News

Cancer survivor claims state police violated ADA regulations

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Dec 20, 2018

PITTSBURGH — An individual with a disability is suing the Pennsylvania State Police, a state agency, citing alleged disability discrimination, failure to uphold Americans with Disabilities Act regulations, and hostile work environment.

Delaware County lawsuit accuses State Police of violating criminal history law

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 12, 2018

MEDIA — A Delaware County resident is suing the Pennsylvania State Police alleging that he was arrested and held in jail for three days based on an invalid warrant with incorrect information.

Gov. Wolf, state officials sue to stop manufacturer of 3D printed plastic guns

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Aug 31, 2018

PHILADELPHIA — Gov. Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro and the State Police are suing the maker of plastic guns for allegedly allowing the 3D printing of unlicensed plastic guns that go undetected through metal detectors.

Superior Court vacates appeal of attorney busted for running poker game

By Nicholas Malfitano | Aug 16, 2018

HARRISBURG – An attorney whose home was once raided by state police authorities for overseeing illegal poker games and then opposed repayment of more than $17,000 in legal fees to his former counsel, finds himself drawing a busted flush after having his appeal declared null and void by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

Happy-hour violations can lead to severe penalties

By Dawn Brotherton | May 25, 2016

HARRISBURG—Happy hour laws govern how alcoholic drinks can be discounted or promoted at restaurants, breweries, wineries or hotels; however, violating those laws can be costly and even result in a suspension of a business' liquor license.

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