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Court of Judicial Discipline officially removes Singletary from office

Willie F. Singletary, a Philadelphia Traffic Court judge who resigned following allegations of lewd behavior towards a female Traffic Court cashier, has been officially removed from office by the state's Court of Judicial Discipline in a short per curiam order.

PMC Talks About Traffic Court on WHYY

PMC's Executive Director, Lynn Marks appeared as a guest on WHYY's Radio Times program to discuss the recent Traffic Court scandals. The segment originally aired in the 10:00 hour and will be re-broadcast this evening.

A recording of the interview is available at:

FJD's Family Courthouse Suit Settles

The First Judicial District’s (FJD) suit for alleged malpractice over a new Philadelphia family courthouse has been settled for $4 million. The FJD sued Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel and ex-Obermayer partner Jeffrey Rotwitt.

Chief Justice Castille Presented with Brennan Award

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille was presented with the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Distinguished Jurist Award at yesterday’s Annual Meeting Luncheon. Judge Richard C.