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Borden is a United States Supreme Court case involving the classification of prior convictions for “violent felony” in the application of Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA); the ACCA provides for enhanced sentencing for convicted criminals with three or more such felonies in their history. In a 5–4 decision in June 2021, the Supreme Court ruled that crimes resulting from reckless conduct should not be considered as a “violent felony” for the purposes of the ACCA.


New Jersey courts have announced that they have dismissed or vacated the first of over 88,000 marijuana-related cases as part of the state’s new marijuana legalization laws passed earlier this year.

State Working to Vacate/Dismiss Marijuana Convictions


The collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium building in Surfside, Florida in late June 2021 has placed a spotlight on the safety of various buildings reaching 40 years of age or older. In cities and towns along the coastline, the increasing severity of the effects of climate change has also caused worry that many older buildings and towers will rapidly become unsafe


The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently overturned a sexual assault conviction against Bill Cosby, concluding that the prosecutor’s office, which ran the case, had improperly reneged on a prior agreement not to prosecute Cosby for the sexual assault charges that he was ultimately convicted for. The supreme court’s ruling did not comment on the jury verdict but instead based the decision on a violation of Cosby’s due process rights.


f you were assaulted while staying at an Airbnb in Philadelphia, call the Marrone Law Firm for a consultation.
Airbnbs have taken off in recent years, offering unique and cost-effective alternatives to traditional hotels. However, they are recently making headlines, not for their housing options, but for silencing an alleged rape victim who was assaulted at one of their properties.


The City of Philadelphia has been at the center of several high profile cases over the past couple of months involving individuals serving time for murder convictions who had their convictions vacated on appeal. Walter Ogrod Sues City of Philadelphia after Overturning His Murder Conviction Walter Ogrod, represented by the Marrone Law Firm, LLC


The Marrone Law Firm, LLC is proud to announce that Attorney Joseph Marrone has been selected to Super Lawyers for 2021.

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It goes without saying that college opens up a whole new world of opportunities for students. However, not all of these opportunities are safe. Kids feel pressure to fit in, attend parties and engage in other problematic social activities. While the need to be liked and fit in is understood among many people, doing so can sometimes come at the expense of your freedom, ability to continue your education and your reputation. If your child was caught carrying and using a fake ID, it’s important to know what to expect from the criminal justice system.

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A personal injury occurs when someone is injured due to the neglect or intentional harm of another person. Filing a personal injury lawsuit has varying rules, depending on the state you live in. It is important to know these rules to ensure that you not only file on time, but that you file and meet all of the state’s requirements.

Important Elements in a Pennsylvania Personal Injury Case
The state of Pennsylvania has certain elements that must be met to be considered a personal injury case. To file a personal injury case in Pennsylvania, your case must include:


Walter Huang, an employee for Apple and a father of two children, passed away on March 23, 2018 while on Highway 101 in California. He was involved in a collision while operating a Tesla on a stretch of the highway that connects to Highway 85. New information provided by the National Transportation Safety Board shows that Huang was using a gaming application at the time of his death, leaving investigators to believe that he likely was holding the phone in his hands instead of using his hands to steer the wheel from one area to the next.

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