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Mooney gets tampering charges dropped against Hanover Constable

In a high profile case in Hanover, Pennsylvania, Attorney John Mooney got criminal charges against a new Hanover Constable dropped.  Royce Foltz, II was charged with tampering with public records, unlawful use of a computer, making false statements, and theft by deception. Foltz turned to the Capital Region’s Criminal Defense team at Mooney & Associates, […]

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Mooney & Associates announces a Frederick, Maryland office location

Mooney & Associates is now able to service clients in Frederick, Maryland. Beginning this month, Mooney & Associates can meet with clients at 622 West Patrick Street. The office is not open full-time, is not staffed, but is available by appointment. More information on our locations can be found at this link. Mooney & Associates […]

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What is a real estate closing?

In simple terms, a closing (or settlement) is the actual event where real property is transferred from one party to another pursuant to the terms of an Agreement between those parties.  That agreement is usually the Agreement of Sale which is negotiated between the parties and their respective real estate agents.  The Agreement of Sale […]

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If you have used Talcum Powder and now suffer from Ovarian Cancer, Call Mooney & Associates

According to Bloomberg, researchers discovered a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer nearly 45 years ago, yet, Johnson & Johnson, did little about it, including their failure to acknowledge and inform. which brought in an estimated $374 million in 2014 from talcum product sales, has denied this link for decades.  Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder […]

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Target 25 DUI Bail Conditions in York County – Know what to expect

For approximately the last five years, York County, Pennsylvania has been imposing special bail conditions when someone is arrested for a second offense for driving under the influence

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Are Workers Comp or Social Security Disability Benefits Taxable?

It is that time of year again, the time to file federal and state income taxes.  It is also the time I get calls from clients asking if the benefits they received during the year are considered taxable income. I will take both separately. PA Workers Compensation wage loss benefits are NOT taxable First, let’s […]

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PENNSYLVANIA SENATE VOTES 50-0 TO RESTRICT FIREARMS RIGHTS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES

The Pennsylvania Senate unanimously approved a bill that would force those convicted of a crime of domestic violence to turn in their firearms quicker than under the current law and requires those with a Protection From Abuse Order to immediately relinquish their firearms and ammunition. The Senate’s 50-0 vote on SB-501 Wednesday sends the bill […]

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What to do if you are pulled over for DUI

Many people have asked me what to do if they are stopped in their vehicle and the police officer believes they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. My first piece of unyielding advice is to never drink or use any substances that could hinder your cognitive abilities before operating a motor vehicle. It […]

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Six Common Warehouse and Distribution Center Work Injuries

South Central Pennsylvania is one of the fastest growing areas in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, especially in the development of warehouses and distribution centers. That is mainly attributable to Interstate 81, which spans 855 miles from Tennessee to New York. It is one of the Eastern Seabord’s most critical Interstates in the movement and transport […]

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