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Timothy W. Klunk v. Penn DOT

Case no.: CI-13-04354 | Case name: Timothy W. Klunk v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation, Bureau of Licensing | Date: 02-12-2014

Klunk v. Penn DOT – No. CI-13-04354 – Cullen, J. – February 12, 2014 – Civil – Vehicle Code – Chemical Testing – Reasonable Grounds – Refusal. 2015_CI_CI-13-04354_Klunk-v-Penn-Dot_20140212_OP_Cullen

Township of West Hempfield v. Heisey

Case no.: CI-11-05822 | Case name: Township of West Hempfield, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania v. Daniel Heisey | Date: 07-16-2015

Township of West Hempfield v. Heisey – No. CI-11-05822 – Cullen, J. – July 16, 2015 – Appeal from Decision of Magisterial District Judge – Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code (MPC) – Zoning Ordinance – Attorney’s Fees – Injunctive Relief. 2015_CI_CI-11-05822_Township-of-West-Hempfield-v-Heisey_20150716_OP_Cullen

Uryc v. Uryc

Case no.: 2010-01855, 1536 MDA 2015 | Case name: Stacie E. Uryc v. Gary W. Uryc, Jr. | Date: 10-27-2015

Uryc v. Uryc – No. 2010-01855 – Gorbey, J. – October 27, 2015 – Support – Incarcerated obligor/ remittance of arrears – An incarcerated child support obligor who makes a minimal amount of money in prison is not excused from paying 55% of his child support order during his incarceration and should not have his entire arrears remitted under P.R.C.P. 1910.19(f) when he filed a prior request for modification during incarceration and there has been no change of circumstances. 2015_CI_2010-01855_Uryc-v-Uryc_20151027_OP_Gorbey

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