Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s legal team argued in a filing with the state Supreme Court on Monday that Montgomery County Judge William Carpenter has demonstrated personal animosity toward her.
Kane says the bulk of Pennsylvania’s cut will be allocated to state agencies that purchased securities backed by flimsy residential mortgages.
Pennsylvania’s high court has at least temporarily blocked a prosecutor from taking action on a grand jury recommendation that the attorney general be charged criminally.
And now, Kane’s spokesman is reacting with outrage.
Four Northeastern states have agreed to collaborate in investigations of heroin trafficking that often cross state lines, authorities said Wednesday.
Several Pennsylvania news organizations are seeking the release of materials the judge says are “described variously as being pornographic or sexually explicit in nature.”
Fifty-three-year-old William Bairstow, of Northeast Philadelphia, was arrested on July 25 following an undercover investigation.
Jerry Sandusky’s wife says Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor lacks the courage to admit the former Penn State assistant coach isn’t guilty of the child molestation charges that sent him to prison.
Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor plans to release a report next week into how police and prosecutors handled the Jerry Sandusky case.
This money could help reduce that cost and give more cops options.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden has higher aspirations. He plans a run for the governor’s office in 2016.
The attorney general’s office says a decision by a judge in Philadelphia means Pennsylvania will lose some tobacco settlement money, but not nearly as much as it might have.
Rich Zeoli: Attn: Media, Forget The Missing Plane, Focus On The Missing PA Political Corruption Investigation
There is a major political corruption drama unfolding in the state of Pennsylvania and the national media has yet to discuss the story. As many as five Democratic state legislators were caught on tape accepting cash bribes and gifts in exchange for a “no” vote on the controversial voter ID bill and the state Attorney General is refusing to prosecute.
AG Kathleen Kane is telling those with complaints to provide documentation on contracts, billing, and marketing practices. Her Bureau of Consumer Protection is trying to figure out if anyone has been overcharged.
The state attorney general’s office has charged a 64-year-old Pennsylvania grandmother with selling as much as 100 pounds of marijuana annually since 2009.