Tag: #Waiver

Satiro v. Maninno

In Satiro v. Maninno, the Superior Court found the pro se appellant’s claim waived as a result of filing a 29-issue statement of matters complained of on appeal that made it

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Commonwealth v. Wolfel

In Commonwealth v. Wolfel, which was an interlocutory appeal, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed the Superior Court and ruled, by failing to challenge the suppression court’s explicit invocation of that

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Temple v. Providence Care Ctr.

In Temple v. Providence Care Ctr., the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a trial court has the authority to halt proceedings and sua sponte order a mistrial only where there is

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Commonwealth v. Vo

In Commonwealth v. Vo, the PCRA petitioner was represented by counsel during the proceedings in the lower court, but a new attorney entered in the appeal of the denial of

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Commonwealth v. Johnson

In Commonwealth v. Johnson, an en banc panel of the Superior Court overruled Commonwealth v. Creese, which had required each notice of appeal to list only one docket number. This case,

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Carr v. Michuk

More than one month after a defense verdict in a non-jury trial, the plaintiff filed a motion for leave to file a post-trial motion nunc pro tunc. The trial court denied

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Commonwealth v. Starr

The defendant entered guilty pleas to certain charges in the Allegheny County Sex Offender Court and received a probation tail to his sentence. One condition of his probation was that

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Commonwealth v. Raymond

The Commonwealth charged the defendant with intimidation of a witness under 18 Pa.C.S. § 4952(a)(1), which contains as an element that the accused acted with the intent to intimidate any witness

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