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PCRA • Capital Murder • Ineffective Assistance of Counsel • Mental Health Evidence • Brain Damage/Decreased IQ • Antisocial Behavio
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Minor changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect last month, but the debate over the major changes slated for December 2015 is still under way and dividing the bar
As he begins his second term in office, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams says he plans to continue the initiatives of his previous term while coping with the severe budgetary deficiencies
...of Chancery Chancellor Leo E. Strine Jr. to be the next chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court. Strine has served on the Chancery Court...
...pay $384 million to settle charges by the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the company violated the...
A whistleblower suit filed against a multibillion-dollar for-profit hospital network has been unsealed in federal court in Philadelphia and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Penn
...from serving on commercial boards. In an order Wednesday, the justices rescinded effective July 1 the existing provisions of the Code of Judicial...
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