The constitutional prohibition against double jeopardy protects against a second prosecution for the same offenses after an acquittal. According to the trial court, while the credibility of all witnesses is subject to limited challenge under Pa. These limits on the admissibility of evidence of character for truthfulness are now embodied in the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence. Because Minich's guilt or innocence depends largely on the credibility of L. As this is the precise purpose for which Minich intends to use this evidence, it is not admissible. At this hearing, during cross-examination of a witness called by the Commonwealth an elementary school guidance counselor , counsel for Minich asked if she was aware of any school reports concerning L. Appellant's Brief at 3. Hammond sat here at City Court for about an hour until she finally went up to the clerk and was told, "Oh no, that's been canceled," said Sonsire. In In re M. Fulton, Pa at , A. When ruling on a trial court's decision to grant or deny a motion in limine, we apply an evidentiary abuse of discretion standard of review. It has long been the law in Pennsylvania that a defendant in a criminal case may introduce evidence of his reputation for truthfulness in but two circumstances. Wright an opportunity to plead guilty to disorderly conduct, which is a violation level offense," said Sonsire. In this case, if we denied review at this time and Minich were permitted to cross-examine L. Facebook Lawyer, Christina Sonsire, has represented the sexual assault victims for both the Gregory Parfianowitz and Jeremiah Wright trials. Minich intends to use this evidence to challenge the victim's credibility.