The ouster of the judge who long presided over grand jury investigations in Pennsylvania via Attorney General Kathleen Kane's petition to the state Supreme Court was the result of clashes over the of
...some panels of the court are still out of step with the Supremes, especially on habeas, two scholars who follow the court say...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...Trachtman Logan Carrle & Lombardo , author of the book "The Supremes' Greatest Hits: The 34 Supreme Court Cases That Most Directly Affect Your...
I consulted my sister and occasional muse, Kim, about this year's summer reading list, and we ended up discussing the future of books. She is an elementary school teacher and told me about one of her
Within an hour of concluding oral arguments over whether Philadelphia district attorney candidate Seth Williams can legally participate in the May 19 Democratic primary, the Commonwealth Court issued
The California Supreme Court took a controversial stand Thursday by ruling that the state can sue Indian tribes for failing to disclose campaign contributions and lobbying activities
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court refused in a recent opinion to bend the rules on filing deadlines when challenging a venue as improper
A change of venue motion is frivolous if filed while there are defendants from the original venue still involved with the case, a lawyer argued in front of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court today
Juror note-taking scored another advance in Pennsylvania late last month when the state Supreme Court adopted a new rule of criminal procedure sanctioning the practice in criminal jury trials lasting
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