Attorney Karl Heideck Describes Some Of The Weird Laws In Pennsylvania

Attorney Karl Heideck recently highlighted some of the bizarre laws that are on the books in the state of Pennsylvania. There have been laws passed over the years that deal with everything from fishing to paintball fights, he says.
One of the areas that has a few strange laws is marriage.

There are laws that have been passed where they prohibit things such as firing off guns or cannons during a ceremony. There is another one, he says, that says pastors cannot marry people who are drunk. Other odd laws are involved in parenting. One of the crazy laws says that a bathroom must be situated within 200 feet of any child’s bedroom. However, Heideck says, this rule has a number of exemptions such as not applying to people who are in a travel trailer, motor home, or other forms of mobile housing.

Getting back to laws about paintball guns, you need to be aware of a couple of laws in Pennsylvania if you are using one. The big one to pay attention to is that it is illegal to shoot anyone who is not involved in the paintball fight. There is another law that describes exactly how you can transport a paintball gun in your truck or car.

Karl Heideck has practiced the law in Philadelphia for several years. He is a graduate of the James E. Beasley School of Law which is located on the campus of Temple University. It was at this institution that he earned his law degree in 2009. He began his career in the law as an associate at the law firm Conrad O’Brien.

Today, Karl Heideck works at Beacon Hill Staffing Group as a team lead. He heads the effort for a number of legal review projects. His experience in the legal industry is primarily concentrated on compliance, litigation, as well as risk management review. He is experienced dealing with the financial industry, in particular. In the past, he has been involved in researching securities fraud. He has also lent his expertise to investigating banking litigation cases.