Traffic Court Judge's Suspension Without Pay Stands

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline ruled Friday that one of the suspended Philadelphia Traffic Court judges facing federal charges for alleged ticket-fixing should be suspended without pay.

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  • blake edwards

    they should all get raises

  • blake edwards

    the horror. the judicial board may have to play hard ball with one of their own, at least until the issue fades away, like Luzerne. how many "uninvolved" passive witnesses to the kids for cash crimes did mclelland name in his furious mission to get to the bottom of that tragedy?

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