From the Chief

If Pa. Supreme Court Won't Reform JCB, Then Someone Else Should

, The Legal Intelligencer

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When the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its progress report on its response to reform proposals made by the Interbranch Commission on Juvenile Justice in the wake of the Luzerne County Courthouse scandal, it was pretty thin when it came to judicial ethics and the judicial conduct system.

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  • Larry Hohol

    Very well written article. Let there be no doubt that Chief Justice Castille knows exactly what is going on and would love nothing more than keeping things as they are. Castille is what is wrong with the judicial system in Pennsylvania. He should step down or be removed. Sign me: Larry Hohol- Luzerne County Native-Author, The Luzerne County Railroad

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