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By DEBORAH R. GROSS The Legal Intelligencer These proposed constitutional amendments are a direct attempt to threaten the judiciary based on one party’s displeasure with rulings by the court. To The Legal: The legislature in Harrisburg is once again operating in a stealth and nontransparent fashion...
By DEBORAH GROSS Billy Penn ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the Pa. House, Ways to threaten the judiciary were being espoused. Bills were brought to the Judiciary Committee with intentional deceit, In hopes that the public would be asleep. Term limits on the Supreme Court justices...
By ALEEZA FURMAN The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidates will join the ranks of the state Commonwealth Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire...
By MAX MITCHELL The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidates will join the ranks of the state Superior Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire touching...
By ALEEZA FURMAN The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidates will join the ranks of the state Commonwealth Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire...
By MAX MITCHELL The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidates will join the ranks of the state Superior Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire touching...
By MAX MITCHELL The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidate will join the ranks of the state Supreme Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire touching on...
By ALEEZA FURMAN The Legal Intelligencer On Nov. 2, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which candidate will join the ranks of the state Commonwealth Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire...
By DANIELLE OHL Spotlight PA Photo by: Kent M. Wilhelm / Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters...
By KATIE MEYER WHYY Pennsylvania has begun sending out mail ballots for next month’s election, where voters will elect a slew of new judges who will play key roles in shaping policy for at least the next decade on three statewide appellate courts. But while these judges wield considerable power...