Phila. Judge Issues Opinion in Priest Sex-Abuse Appeal

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The Philadelphia judge who presided over the first trial in the country of a Catholic Church official charged with endangering the welfare of children abused by other priests said that it was necessary to admit into evidence several unconnected files of sexually abusive priests so the jury could decide if the defendant had disregarded the danger posed by abusive priests.

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  • SarahTX2

    We can only wonder what points of law Lynn is appealing. It was filed under seal. It sounds like he is appealing various rulings regarding admission of evidence. I also wonder if he is appealing the jury charge.

  • SarahTX2

    We can only wonder what points of law Lynn is appealing. It was filed under seal. It sounds like he is appealing various rulings regarding admission of evidence. I also wonder if he is appealing the jury charge.

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