Blog Posts in November, 2012

  • Disorderly Conduct

    || 30-Nov-2012

    Are you afraid that having a Disorderly Conduct on your record will prevent you from getting into college, getting a good job, or even get you fired? These are all legitimate concerns! Don't risk losing what you have earned because the police gave you a citation for Disorderly Conduct. At ROGAN LAW, we can help ensure your legal rights are protected and you get the defense you deserve! In ...
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  • Defend Your Rights against an Underage Drinking Offense

    || 30-Nov-2012

    As much as tailgating, parties, and studying are a part of college life; so is the risk of being charged with an underage drinking offense. Many high school and college students are charged with underage drinking offenses for merely being present at a party with friends and classmates. Although the drinking age is 21 in the United States, you should not feel helpless and isolated to enjoy your ...
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  • Township Ordinance Fails to Prevent Compressor Station Operating in Residential Area New Century Pipeline (New Century) appealed a ruling from a Common Pleas judge stating that the Township of Bradford's ordinance banning a compressor station in a residential area. The natural gas company, New Century, argued that Bradford's ordinance was unlawful because a compressor station was ...
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  • Chemical Company's Negligence Leads to Meningitis Outbreak A New England chemical manufacturing company which produced medicine used in "steroid" injections on patients suffering from spinal injury has caused a nationwide meningitis outbreak due to their negligence. The company was injecting patients with a chemical mixture which contained a rare form of "fungal ...
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