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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A divided state Supreme Court has ruled that a judge overseeing a nonjury homicide by vehicle case had the discretion to call for additional evidence about the vehicle's "events data recorder"—akin to an airplane's "black box"—even though closing arguments had already taken place and neither party initially sought to introduce the additional evidence.
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