Posts Tagged ‘Liliana Fisher’

Pardon Me and My Marijuana

access_time Posted on: January 5th, 2022

Laws regarding marijuana have been one of the fastest evolving parts of the criminal justice system. In recent times, there has been an obvious change in the attitudes toward marijuana and its use in one form or another. However, the rapidity with which the marijuana laws have evolved has resulted in a patchwork of hodgepodge and often disconnected laws. A large majority of states have adopted laws that legalize cannabis use for medical reasons, and almost half the states have also legalized the recreational use of marijuana. However, marijuana remains illegal at the federal level and is still regulated by… read more »

“Latinos Unidos Envisions a More Empowered York” with Attorney Liliana G. Fisher

access_time Posted on: August 20th, 2021

The 30th Edition of YRK Magazine, which features two articles sponsored by CGA, spotlights Attorney Liliana Fisher and her work with Latinos Unidos. Latinos Unidos fosters community resources for the growing Latino population in York. Attorney Fisher is a Latinos Unidos Board Member. Read the article on Latinos Unidos’ community fostering with Attorney Liliana G. Fisher here. Latinos Unidos website.

CGA Law Firm is excited to announce the addition of two exceptional litigation attorneys

access_time Posted on: October 22nd, 2019

Liliana Fisher is a graduate of the Dickinson School of Law at Penn State and received her undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University. Liliana is the only native Spanish speaking attorney in the York County Bar Association. She has managed numerous cases dealing with many diverse aspects of the law including DUIs, white-collar crime, drug-related charges, cases involving domestic violence, and other forms of misdemeanor and felonies. At CGA, she will be handling litigation, real estate, and employment law. Renée Franchi is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Law School and earned her undergraduate degree in Biology from Boston… read more »