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How can I get my case dropped?

If you are suspected of a crime, or if you are arrested, there are certain laws and protections in place to assure that your rights have not been violated when it comes to the process of your arrest and arraignment. In fact, you even have constitutional rights to protect you. Here are a few examples.

Preliminary hearings continue in frat house death

The tragic story of a 19-year-old fraternity hopeful at Penn State who was hazed to death on February 3, 2017, obtained national headlines. As details emerged, it became apparent that frat members possibly played a significant role in what ultimately led to the young man's death. The extreme hazing left the man with not only severe alcohol poisoning, but substantial injuries following multiple falls, including a fall down a flight of stairs.

Man faces multiple misdemeanors, felony, after drug investigation

Sometimes how you act during an investigation can seriously affect your fate. A 33-year-old man from State College, Pennsylvania, learned this by reportedly failing to cooperate with police officers, as well as battling the officers. The incident began when a State College police detective met with a suspect at Snappy's on University Drive last Friday afternoon. The officer had a search warrant tied to a drug investigation.

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