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Prosecutors Will Seek Death Penalty For Frein October 30, 2014 6:40 PM – CBS Local

CBS LocalProsecutors Will Seek Death Penalty For Frein October 30, 2014 6:40 PMCBS LocalCANADENSIS, Pa. (KDKA/AP) – Suspected Pennsylvania cop killer Eric Frein was captured alive and without incident Thursday after seven weeks on the run, State Police confirm to KDKA-TV. Frein is charged with opening fire outside the Blooming Grove ... Continue reading

McCaffery’s resignation from Pennsylvania Supreme Court reduces risk to his … – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMcCaffery's resignation from Pennsylvania Supreme Court reduces risk to his ...Pittsburgh Post-GazetteHARRISBURG — In stepping down from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court this week, former Justice Seamus McCaffery reduced the risk that investigations into his conduct could threaten his sizable state pension. The Judicial Conduct Board on Monday cited ...Pennsylvania gets a peek at a better way of picking judges: EditorialThe Patriot-News - PennLive.comEditorials from around PennsylvaniaCharlotte ObserverSuperior Court Judge Jack Panella says he isn't interested in Pennsylvania ...The Express-Times - lehighvalleylive.comPittsburgh Post Gazetteall 34 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania coroner auctioning off guns used in suicides – Fox News

Pennsylvania coroner auctioning off guns used in suicidesFox NewsA western Pennsylvania coroner is auctioning off about 100 guns used in suicides and accidental shooting deaths. Corner Ken Bacha says the Nov. 8 surplus weapons sale is Westmoreland County government's first since his father was coroner in the 1980s.GREENSBURG, Pa. ( NEW ) — A western Pennsylvania coroner...Seattle Sports Nutall 21 news articles » Continue reading

Quick fix unlikely in bid to fill McCaffery’s Pennsylvania Supreme Court seat – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

The Patriot-News - PennLive.comQuick fix unlikely in bid to fill McCaffery's Pennsylvania Supreme Court seatPittsburgh Post GazetteHARRISBURG -- Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery's decision to retire may have been sudden, but the process of replacing him on the high court will be anything but fast. On Tuesday, a top Senate Democrat suggested that ...Pennsylvania gets a peek at a better way of picking judges: EditorialThe Patriot-News - PennLive.comJustice McCaffery retires from Supreme Court amid email scandalThe Pennsylvania Recordall 20 news articles » Continue reading

Orie Melvin’s apology called a non-apology – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-GazetteOrie Melvin's apology called a non-apologyPittsburgh Post-GazetteFormer Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin was found guilty of six criminal counts and sentenced in May 2013. Share with others: Tweet. Related Media: bullet. Should Pennsylvania judges be elected? Recent scandals force the question.Melvin drops appeal, hopes to serve sentence soonWHP HarrisburgD.A. says ex-Justice Melvin blaming staffers in proposed apologyThe Delaware County Daily TimesOrie Melvin Drops Appeal, Hopes To Serve Sentence SoonCBS Localabc27all 44 news articles » Continue reading

Justice McCaffery steps down from Pennsylvania Supreme Court – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh Post GazetteJustice McCaffery steps down from Pennsylvania Supreme CourtPittsburgh Post Gazetteedited by blazinaHARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery, who was temporarily suspended last week amid accusations of sending pornographic emails and attempting to blackmail a fellow justice, resigned Monday, leaving ...Seamus McCaffery, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice, Retires After Porn ...Huffington PostPennsylvania Justice in Porn Email Scandal RetiresABC NewsPennsylvania High Court Heads Toward UncertaintyCBS LocalReuters -The Patriot-News - PennLive.comall 254 news articles » Continue reading

Sources: Justice McCaffery to step down from Pennsylvania Supreme Court – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh Post GazetteSources: Justice McCaffery to step down from Pennsylvania Supreme CourtPittsburgh Post GazetteSeamus P. McCaffery, the embattled Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice caught up in the pornographic e-mail scandal, has resigned from the high court, according to documents released today.. The Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania said it was ...Pennsylvania Justice in Porn Email Scandal RetiresABC NewsShould Pennsylvania judges be elected? Recent scandals force the questionPittsburgh Post-GazetteJustice on Pennsylvania's Highest Court ResignsWall Street JournalPhiladelphia Magazine (blog)all 91 news articles » Continue reading

Should Pennsylvania judges be elected? Recent scandals force the question – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Should Pennsylvania judges be elected? Recent scandals force the questionPittsburgh Post-GazetteAnd that open politicking — and worse — is once again on full display on Pennsylvania's top court, where Chief Justice Ronald Castille and Justice Seamus McCaffery have spent the past few weeks engaging in a bitter back and forth, stemming from ...Pa. Supreme Court in 'sad state' as scandals tarnish reputationTribune-ReviewStop policing sexual mores as in case of Justice Seamus McCafferyAllentown Morning Callall 34 news articles » Continue reading

Elder Law: A new twist on filial responsibility in Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Elder Law: A new twist on filial responsibility in PennsylvaniaPittsburgh Post GazetteOne of our most controversial columns in the past few years that garnered the most comments dealt with Pennsylvania's filial responsibility statute. That's the name given to Pennsylvania Act 43 of 2005, which resurrected the sleeping and old filial ... Continue reading

Thousands of Pennsylvania women could lose some health coverage – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Thousands of Pennsylvania women could lose some health coveragePittsburgh Post GazetteHARRISBURG — Some 90,000 Pennsylvania women are at risk of losing access to the free family planning and women's health-care coverage they now receive through a special Medicaid program. But they may be able to gain the coverage right back by ...and more » Continue reading