Pa. Justices Are Bracing for Castille's Final Year on Bench

, The Legal Intelligencer


With the potential for an increased number of 3-3 split decisions on the state's Supreme Court when Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille leaves the bench this year, some legal observers—including former justices—say there will be a sense of urgency in the coming months to get out pending cases.

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    Chief Justice Castille should have done this as soon as he became the Chief Justice and not on the way out the door. This is typical behavior for him.

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