CJD Finds Nocella Violated Constitution

, The Legal Intelligencer

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A day after the Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline suspended a Philadelphia judge without pay, the court issued a full opinion finding that his conduct violated the state constitution and brought the judiciary into disrepute.

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  • Dirogo

    The Judicial disciplinary system continues to only concern itself with violations against other members of its class..and continues to be negligent in actions concerning racketeering against litigants through court house charades by expanding cases to drain assets.

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