A Look At Karl Heideck The Litigator And Writer

When new laws are passed by either the state or the federal legislator citizens may not understand what they entail or how they impact them directly. This is where Karl Heideck comes in he is a litigator in Philadelphia but also serves the wider Pennsylvania area.

He studied at the Swarthmore College where he earned his bachelor’s degree, in 2003.He had always wanted to become a litigator and it is this drive that pushed him to move to Templeton University Beasley School of Law, where he studied for his JD and graduated in 2009.

After graduating he would move to start his practice as an attorney in Philadelphia, it is during his time working here that he got a lot of experience filing complaints as well as responding to complaints on behalf of clients. Karl Heideck is experienced in various litigation processes they include but not limited to pretrial, obtaining personal jurisdiction, and post-trial. The processes enabled him to achieve hands-on experience in filing motions as well as responses for defendants. He is also a competent appeals lawyer.

Karl Heideck is a writer and to this end runs a blog where he has a platform to share his legal opinions as well as educate his readers on the laws that most affect them some of which citizens are not aware have changed this was the case such as when the New Car Seat Law came into Effect in Pennsylvania most of his constituents were on aware of the changes and his blog was very instrumental in educating them on the new changes.

The change required that all children that are under the age of two years be buckled up in a car seat that always faces backward. Between the ages of two and eight years old, for children between the ages of 2 and 8 they are expected to ride in a booster seat unless the following 2 conditions are met either they weigh 80 pounds or have a height of 4’9”. Any parent or driver that fails to adhere to this rules would be breaking the law and was liable to a fine of up to 75 dollars.

According to Karl Heideck the law had been passed and come into effect a year ago but the public had been given a grace period to familiarize themselves with it and to this end officers would issue warnings to drivers rather than give tickets.  But starting August 12th the grace period came to an end and police officers were henceforth required to issue a ticket to offenders.

See:

Karl Heideck Explains The Child Car Seat Law In Pennsylvannia.