Danielle Ross, once Lackawanna County's sole guardian ad litem, has agreed to plead guilty to a single count of attempted tax evasion, according to a plea agreement filed Nov. 5 in the U.S. District
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners on Oct. 18 announced the results of the bar examination given July 30 and 31. Of the 2,117 applicants who took the examination, 1,637 passed; the overall pass
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
...of the income she received from private parties while working as a GAL for the 2009 and 2010 tax years, according to court records....
...rule for making the interpretation of the guardian ad litem's (GAL) duties, as well as appointment, less convoluted. "It just...
...In April 2013, this court granted the guardian ad litem's (GAL) petition for review in this case involving termination of parental rights for...
A federal judge in the tax evasion case of Danielle Ross, once Lackawanna County's sole guardian ad litem, has granted prosecutors access to records related to tax and criminal law classes Ross compl
...proceedings. What [Stefanov] seeks — to enjoin the continued use of the GAL system and the involvement of defendant Ross in his child's...
The Legal's editorial staff recently set out to select our Diverse Attorneys of the Year, in which we highlight the achievements of some of the state's minority attorneys. Every two years, in an effo
The court granted a petition filed by Berks County Children and Youth Services to compel appellants to cooperate with an investigation into the risk of inappropriate physical discipline of D.P., a mi
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