Letter to the Editor

Letter: Chadwick Firm Engaged by FJD for Phila. Traffic Court Investigation

The Legal Intelligencer

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To The Legal: Sam Stretton's letter, "Hiring of Firm for Phila. Traffic Court Investigation Raises Ethics Questions," published Wednesday in The Legal, complaining about the Chadwick review of the Traffic Court is wrong on the facts, wrong on the law, and misguided in every respect.

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  • Pilot

    Judge Glazer,
    I have information that specific lawyers and judges, on an ongoing basis, have engaged in violations of the Canons. Will you exam it with unstinting vigilance and do whatever else is necessary to protect the public against corruption as a result of your findings?
    Second request.

  • Pilot

    "The public deserves our unstinting vigilance against corruption." Gary S. Glazer
    Administrative Judge, Philadelphia Traffic Court

    That's good to know, Judge.

    I have information that specific lawyers and judges, on an ongoing basis, have engaged in violations of the Canons. Will you exam it with unstinting vigilance and do whatever else is necessary to protect the public against corruption as a result of your findings?

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