Tag: #StatutoryInterpretation

K.N.B. v. M.B.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a petition seeking a protective order under the Protection of Victims of Sexual Violence or Intimidation Act (“PVSVIA”) is subject to a six-year statute

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In re Chester Water Auth. Trust

Tighten your safety belts and keep your hands in the car because this opinion is a wild ride involving municipal law and statutory interpretation. In these consolidated appeals, the City

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C.H.Z. v. A.J.Y.

Mother and Father are the parents of twin children (“the Children”). Mother has another child, A.Y., whose father died. Following A.Y.’s father’s death, the United States Social Security Administration awarded

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Grillo v. State

Appellants were injured at work and received temporary disability benefits through workers’ compensation. They filed a complaint against the State for a judgment declaring that their contributions towards healthcare premium

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Singh v. Att’y Gen. U.S.

A quirky question of statutory construction resulted in the petitioner getting one more chance to avoid removal. The petitioner came to the U.S. from India without papers. Removal proceedings commenced,

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Commonwealth v. Rudolf

At 4 a.m., a police officer saw Rudolf standing in a playground, wearing a bright shirt and no pants. The officer charged him with indecent exposure and open lewdness, and

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Commonwealth v. Howard

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court declined the Commonwealth’s invitation to criminalize a puzzling parenting choice. Mother and her three-year-old daughter (“Child”) were traveling in a ride-share vehicle involved in an accident.

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In re Registrant J.D-F.

In this appeal, the New Jersey Supreme Court was tasked with deciding whether N.J.S.A. 2C:7-2(g), a Megan’s Law provision that bars certain sex offenders from applying under N.J.S.A. 2C:7-2(f) to

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