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Subject to Cross Episode 8: “Marsy’s Law: It’s Not What It Seems”

Posted November 4, 2019

In Episode 8 of “Subject to Cross”, attorneys Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa discuss Marsy’s Law, a proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution that will be on the state-wide ballot tomorrow, November 5, 2019. While the ballot question seems straightforward, Caroline and Pete unveil the details of the proposed amendment and why it […]

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Subject to Cross Episode 7: “Social Media and Its Effect on Criminal Law”

Posted October 17, 2019

In Episode 7 of “Subject to Cross”, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa talk about the impact that our social media and digital footprints can have on criminal cases. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review “Subject to Cross” on iTunes, Spotify, and Google. We want to hear from you! Email your questions for […]

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Subject to Cross Episode 6: “A topic near and dear to Pete’s heart… and cats.”

Posted September 6, 2019

In Episode 6, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa discuss how to hire a lawyer. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review “Subject to Cross” on iTunes, Spotify, and Google, and email your questions for upcoming episodes at [email protected] “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter […]

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Subject to Cross Episode 5: “Hook, Line, and Sinker”

Posted August 29, 2019

In Episode 5, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa describe listener feedback, their new “hook”, and teach their listeners what happens when a person is arrested. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review “Subject to Cross” on iTunes, Spotify, and Google, and email your questions for upcoming episodes at [email protected] “Subject to Cross” is a […]

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Subject to Cross Podcast Episode 4: “Mandatory Minimums and Listener Questions”

Posted August 26, 2019

In Episode 4, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa discuss Mandatory Minimums and answer questions from listeners. “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter E. Kratsa, both from the law firm, MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in West Chester. Criminal defense practitioners work to ensure a […]

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Subject to Cross Podcast Episode 3: “Top 10 Observations of a Criminal Defense Attorney”

Posted July 19, 2019

In Episode 3, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa discuss the Top 10 Observations of a Criminal Defense Attorney. “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter E. Kratsa, both from the law firm, MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in West Chester. Criminal defense practitioners work to […]

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Subject to Cross Podcast Episode 2: “Getting Our Wings”

Posted July 19, 2019

In Episode 2, Caroline G. Donato and Peter E. Kratsa each discuss their most memorable case. “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter E. Kratsa, both from the law firm, MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in West Chester. Criminal defense practitioners work to ensure a fair process […]

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Subject to Cross Podcast Episode 1

Posted July 8, 2019

Subject to Cross is a new podcast on criminal law hosted by attorneys, Caroline G. Donato, and Peter E. Kratsa, both from MacElree Harvey in West Chester. In Episode 1, get to know Caroline and Pete as they talk about all things criminal defense. “Subject to Cross” is a podcast on criminal law hosted by […]

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