Lawrence J. Moran Sr. from The Moran Law Group will appear in county court with a petition contesting the decision made to vacate District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis' seat. Click here to read the full article Contact The Moran Law Group today to set up a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
BY JOSEPH KOHUT, STAFF WRITER / PUBLISHED: JANUARY 12, 2019
SCRANTON — Drug charges filed against the son of Lackawanna County Judge Thomas Munley were withdrawn in court Friday and the 19-year-old instead pleaded guilty to two summary offenses.
Logan Munley appeared in Central Court on...Continue reading…
BY TERRIE MORGAN-BESECKER, STAFF WRITER / PUBLISHED: MARCH 30, 2020
The mother of a Scranton man killed by a drunken driver agreed to a $1 million settlement of a lawsuit filed against the driver and a bar that served him.
Robert Ortiz, 20, died after his...Continue reading…
SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) A $1 million settlement has been reached between the family of a young father who was killed by a drunk driver and Levels nightclub.
Robert Ortiz, 20, was killed in April 2018 while driving through the intersection of Breck Street and Pittston Avenue. Authorities say Noah...Continue reading…
Veterans Views: Attorney Bob Moran- Civil Relief Act
Judge Munley and Atty. Robert Moran- VA Aims to Expand Artificial Intelligence Research
Judge Munley and Atty. Moran will discuss the CM as it is an evidence-based practice that promotes healthy behavior through positive reinforcement, such as giving rewards for abstaining from unhealthy behavior. CM is based on the principle that a behavior will increase if it is followed by a reward.
BY CODY BUTLER/PUBLISHED JUNE 17TH, 2019
SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) A lawsuit has been filed in a sexual abuse case involving a former vocational instructor.
The Moran Law Group is representing four students who were sexually abused by former Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County automotive instructor, Richard Humphrey.
BY DAVE BOHMAN/PUBLISHED JUNE 17, 2019
SCRANTON, Pa. -- Students sexually assaulted by a vocational school teacher in Scranton thought that school life would get better when that teacher was fired and later went to jail for his crimes, but lawyers for these teens say their problems continued.