Philadelphia Judges Roca, Segal Removed From Office

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Suspended Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Angeles Roca and suspended Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Dawn Segal have both been removed from office for ethics violations.

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What's being said

  • Michael Ochoa

    Low aging fruit, indeed. And yet, its good to see Jack Panella in action. I‘m optimistic that we are about to see a more assertive CJD and.

  • Rosey‘s Mom

    The JCB did the right thing. Now, they need to move on to address the obvious corruption of Chester County Orphans Court Judges Katherine B.L. Platt and John Hall...wiretapped or not. Judges whose disqualification is mandated by the rules should not be allowed to continue on cases simply to protect themselves, and each other, from further scrutiny.

  • Larry Hohol

    Low hanging fruit. If the FBI was not involved Attorney Stretton would have gotten an apology from the Judicial Conduct Board instead of the removal of his client.

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