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...life imprisonment was incorrect in light of Miller v. Alabama, 132 S.Ct. 2455 (2012). The court observed that effectiveness of counsel is...
Appellant's sufficiency and weight of the evidence challenges to his first-degree murder conviction failed and cross examination of appellant's alibi witness was properly admitted, but appellant's ma
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In Secured Lending 101, we learn that the general rule is "first in time, first in right." Well, how does one determine who is "first in time"? Generally, secured lenders may rely on state and county
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The co-defendant of a suspended Philadelphia Traffic Court judge pled guilty in federal court Wednesday to 37 separate charges related to a scheme to defraud the state Department of Community and Eco
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a show-cause order Thursday asking the only commissioned Philadelphia Traffic Court judge not to have been indicted in a recent federal prosecution of alleged ti
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