From the Chief

Pa. High Court Needs to Cure Its Black Robe Disease

, The Legal Intelligencer


This is probably a year most of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices would rather forget, particularly Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille. Castille has taken more hits in 2010 than any chief justice since ... well, Ralph Cappy, the last chief justice.

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  • Larry Hohol

    I predict that Chief Justice Castille will apologize and correct his indiscretion (be it a legal one) on the very same day that pigs fly.

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