House Committee OKs Bills on Retirement Age, Traffic Court

, The Legal Intelligencer


Three significant bills affecting the judiciary were approved by the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee on Tuesday morning, including a measure to raise the mandatory retirement age of judges from 70 to 75 and two that would eliminate the Philadelphia Traffic Court.

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  • nick day

    we cannot find people-judges and lawyers-with enough back bone to resist the temptation to fix traffic court cases, so we eliminate traffic court.

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