A Montgomery County judge has ruled that Attorney General Kathleen Kane will be barred from presenting evidence at her criminal trial to show that two former state prosecutors conspired to spark the grand jury investigation that recommended charges against her.
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In the past three weeks appellate courts in Pennsylvania have issued sharply opposing opinions on whether the U.S. Supreme Court decision that rendered numerous mandatory minimum sentencing schemes unconstitutional should be applied retroactively.
As a young lawyer, I hear about old-fashioned courtesies between lawyers and judges. What are they and where would I find them?
The Legal's Energy and Environmental Law supplement puts genomics, environmental crisis management and the Zika Virus in focus.
The Legal's family law supplement covers paternity law, a new trend in international adoptions and child custody relocation in the digital age.