Letter to the Editor

Letter: Hiring of Firm for Phila. Traffic Court Investigation Raises Ethics Questions

The Legal Intelligencer

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To The Legal:The actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in hiring a firm to investigate the Philadelphia Traffic Court raises some serious questions about whether that was permissible activity

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  • K.I.D. King

    The Supreme Court is busy with important matters like the gaming boys' efforts to reduce our taxes. They shouldn't be burdened guiding another investigation. (I guess Big Ron got back from his $2,000 jaunt to paradise on the Florida coast, paid for by the Bar?) Looking for something to do, now, Big Boy?

    "Fumo also noted that the state gaming Act gives the Supreme Court direct jurisdiction to review final orders, decisions and determinations..."

    Where was our SC when children were shackled and hauled off without counsel? The beach?

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