The defense alleges no wrongdoing by the Mayor but wants testimony and evidence from the city’s Chief Executive and other top city and L & I officials for the defense.
What does “if you can’t afford an attorney” one will be provided for you really mean?
Violent rap lyrics written by a man accused of shooting a fellow drug dealer in 2005 should not have been admitted as evidence at his trial, New Jersey’s highest court ruled Monday.
A traffic court administrator spoke about taking calls from the office of former Councilman — now Mayor — Michael Nutter.
Kevin Roper was to appear in state Superior Court to face death by auto and assault by auto charges.
A Pennsylvania runner ticketed for parking at Valley Forge National Historical Park during the government shutdown has lost his day in court.
A New Jersey legislative committee has ordered current and former aides to Republican Gov. Chris Christie and two officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to testify in the committee’s probe of politically motivated traffic jams last year near the George Washington Bridge.
A Pennsylvania court wants to examine whether Penn State and the NCAA acted legally when they entered into a consent agreement that imposed a $60 million fine and other penalties over the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal.
Jay Stout, owner of the now defunct Flying Tigers air maintenance company in Lancaster County, has denied allegations he cheated customers by falsely claiming safety inspections had been done by certified inspectors.
A federal grand jury in Harrisburg has indicted a former central Pennsylvania resident on charges he smuggled technology out of the United States for use by the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky’s child molestation conviction will not be reviewed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, under an order issued Wednesday.
A New York woman who escaped police custody at a Pennsylvania hospital while pregnant has pleaded guilty to kidnapping a woman and her infant at knifepoint last year.
New Jersey’s highest court has ruled against a Florida man who claimed he was too fat to have murdered his son-in-law.
The victim met Beisher seven times over the course of nine days, making payments that ranged from $200 to $400.
Officers have charged an 18-year-old man after he showed up to court with 43 bags of heroin.