Castille Defends Retention Bid, Touts Initiatives

, The Legal Intelligencer


Chief Justice of Pennsylvania Ronald D. Castille said that despite only having a year left before reaching the state's mandatory retirement age for judges, there are still many objectives he wants to accomplish while on the bench.

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  • Richard R. Di Stefano

    "Former Justice Russell M. Nigro is the only justice in Pennsylvania history to fail to win retention, in 2005 in the wake of a furor over a judicial pay raise."

    The Honorable Alexander F. Barbieri more than 40 years ago also was a justice in Pennsylvania history who failed to win retention.

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