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Retired Judge Moss Honored With Sandra Day O'Connor Award

Retired Judge Moss Honored With Sandra Day O'Connor Award

Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts Call for Hearings on Court Cutting Measure (SB324)

Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts (PMC) expressed concerns today about the potentially devastating impact of the court-reduction provisions of Senate Bill 324.

Scofflaw Jurors Arrested and Fined

On Wednesday, Judge John W. Herron and Judge Jeffrey P. Minehart addressed thirty-one individuals who failed to appear for Scofflaw Court on May 21.

Philadelphia Traffic Court Ticket-Fixing Trial Hears Testimony from Three Additional Witnesses Wednesday

On Wednesday, three witnesses testified in the Philadelphia Traffic Court trial involving ticket-fixing and favoritism.

Attorneys Shocked by Senate Proposal to Slash Judiciary

Attorneys and legal professionals expressed concern at recent Senate efforts to cut the size of the judiciary.

Traffic Court Wiretap Evidence Presented & Former Personal Assistant Testifies Tuesday

Federal prosecutors played wiretap evidence Tuesday for jurors in the Philadelphia Traffic Court ticket-fixing and favoritism trial.

Bucks County Herald Discusses Judicial Merit Selection House Bill 1848.

On Thursday, the Bucks County Herald featured an op-ed piece written by Charles Meredith about judicial merit selection. Mr. Meredith discussed his recent conversation with PMC’s Lynn Marks about the benefits of the Commonwealth abandoning judicial elections and adopting merit selection for state appellate court judges.

“Consideration” Becoming the Main Theme of the Traffic Court Ticket-Fixing Trial.

After cancelled testimony on Friday, trial continued Monday for former Traffic Court judges accused of offenses related to ticket-fixing and favoritism within Philadelphia Traffic Court.

Traffic Ticket Evidence Disagreement & Former Traffic Court Judge’s Assistant Testifies

Trial continued Wednesday and Thursday for former Traffic Court judges accused of offenses related to traffic-fixing and favoritism within Philadelphia Traffic Court.