The state Superior Court has denied a woman's claim for attorney fees, holding that a bank's decision to voluntarily discontinue a mortgage foreclosure suit did not change the fact that the Superior
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In 1966, William J. Barnes shot a Philadelphia police officer. A despicable act. He deserved to go to jail and he did. The shooting left the officer crippled until his death in 2007
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