Federal prosecutors are now calling for considerable prison sentences for the four former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges who were found guilty of perjury in connection with the Philadelphia Traffic Court ticket-fixing scheme. Assistant U.S.
The following letter to the editor, from Paul Titus and Nancy Winkelman of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, appeared in today's edition of the Legal Intelligencer:
To The Legal:
We write in response to Sam Stretton's column, "Changes Allow Judicial Candidates to Personally Solicit Funds," published Nov. 18 in Legal sibling publication Pennsylvania Law Weekly.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in a November 18th order, vacated the February 2013 order that suspended former Philadelphia Traffic Court Administrative Judge Michael J. Sullivan without pay.
Wendy Beetlestone, an attorney at Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller, was confirmed by voice vote in the U.S. Senate on Thursday and will join the bench in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, based in Philadelphia.
November 12, 2014