Yesterday, Attorney Josh Prince of Prince Law Offices, P.C. announced his candidacy for the Commonwealth Court; a vacancy resultant from then-Judge Kevin Brobson's election to the PA Supreme Court, last year. Josh has been with the Firm since 2009 and has devoted his legal career to defending the constitutional and statutory rights of his clients … Continue reading Joshua Prince of Prince Law Offices, P.C. Announces Candidacy For The Commonwealth Court
As our viewers are aware, in March, I was honored to receive a copy of a two-page February 28, 2022 letter sent by Senators Mensch and Argall to Senators Corman, Kim Ward, and Aument, voicing their support for my appointment to the Commonwealth Court. Almost simultaneously, I also was surprised and extremely honored to receive … Continue reading Contact Your Senators and Governor Wolf To Support The Appointment Of Joshua Prince To The Commonwealth Court
This morning, I was honored to receive a copy of a two-page February 28, 2022 letter sent by Senators Mensch and Argall to Senators Corman, Kim Ward, and Aument, voicing their support for my appointment to the Commonwealth Court. Almost simultaneously, I also was surprised and extremely honored to receive an email from the PA … Continue reading Senators Mensch And Argall Send Letter To Senate Leadership Requesting Joshua Prince Be Appointed To The Commonwealth Court
The Court ultimately found that the Masking Order was void ab initio, meaning it was void from the start and had no legal effect.
Our readers may remember that in the Fall of 2019, we published two blog articles recommending a “No” vote on the Marsy’s Law ballot question which, in very broad terms, would have had the effect of substantially expanding victim’s rights in the criminal justice system. For a more detailed recap of the ballot question, the … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Declares 2019 “Marsy’s Law” Proposed Amendment Unconstitutional, Invalidates Votes Cast
Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, of the Firearms Industry Consulting Group®, was successful in securing a 12 page decision by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, wherein it affirmed that an individual who receives a full pardon is neither prohibited from purchasing and possessing a firearms and ammunition nor prohibited from obtaining a license to carry firearms. … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Affirms That Pardoned Individuals Are NOT Prohibited From Purchasing and Possessing Firearms