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Justices to Hear Arguments on Nonlawyer Pay, Governmental Immunity

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear arguments mostly on criminal issues as the fall 2017 argument session gets underway, but the seven-member court is also expected to hear a handful of arguments regarding civil matters, ranging from how nonlawyer consultants should be paid to the limits of the vehicle exception when it comes to governmental immunity.

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