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As the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Judicial Evaluation Commission released its second round of evaluations for Pennsylvania Superior Court candidates eyeing only one spot, it looked like there mig
With only one state Superior Court judgeship up for election in this off-election year, political observers said that this sort of election cycle tends to favor Republicans rather than Democrats
The first two guilty pleas have been entered in the Philadelphia Traffic Court ticket-fixing scandal
The two men vying in the first contested election for leadership of the Philadelphia Bar Association in six years both are acutely aware that the metropolitan bar association is itself in a race for
...Board of Commissioners of Salisbury Township to establish a drug and...residents of Lehigh County and Northampton County only, with no out...
...be supplied by plaintiff Eureka Stone Quarry Inc. to defendant, the Township of Northampton. The parties entered into the contract via the Bucks County Consortium...
...Northampton County trial court's order sustaining licensee Farnack's appeal from the suspension of his driver's license. A Bushkill Township...
D. Benjamin Barros, an associate professor at Widener Law, is taking over the role of associate dean for faculty research and development on the Harrisburg campus
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