Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge Jack Panella has stepped down as chief judge of the state's Court of Judicial Discipline ahead of his four-year term on that court ending in September.
Panella, a Palmer Township resident, gave up the post, which he held for more than a year, because his tenure was nearly over and the court had a scheduled meeting at which the change could be made, he said Thursday morning.
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