Tag: #Waiver

Commonwealth v. Lehmman

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the defendant’s conviction for first-degree murder. The defendant made three claims of error. First, he claimed that the trial court erred by denying his motion

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Jordan v. Pa. State Univ.

A former PSU football player sued the school and its medical center following surgery to repair an injury suffered during a practice for a bowl game. The trial court sustained

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Commonwealth v. Juray

The Pennsylvania Superior Court likely issued this opinion as a reminder to practitioners about proper appellate practices. The Court footnoted multiple errors made by the defendant’s counsel in perfecting the

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In re I.M.S.

The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed the trial court’s decision to deny Mother’s request for reinstatement of her appellate rights nunc pro tunc. The trial court terminated Mother’s parental rights. On

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Tavella-Zirilli v. Ratner Co.

The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed the trial court’s order, which granted in part a motion to compel production of mental health records and ordered the Zirillis to provide unredacted copies

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Commonwealth v. Grajales

The Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that the defendant waived her appellate claims. After the Commonwealth charged DUI and other crimes, the defendant did not file a pretrial omnibus motion. The

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Quigley v. Unemployment Comp. Bd. of Rev.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review erred when it concluded sua sponte that the claimant was ineligible for unemployment benefits. Before the referee, the issue

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Frisch v. James River Ins. Co.

After being involved in a car crash, the plaintiff sued his insurer and sought compensation under his policy’s underinsured motorist coverage. The primary trial issue was the plaintiff’s pre-existing condition

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Commonwealth v. Moore

The Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled the defendant waived his arguments that relied on Alexander, and the Court affirmed the denial of his suppression motion. The police stopped and searched the

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