A sheriff’s official says former rap mogul Suge Knight has been taken to a hospital complaining of chest pains after he appeared in court in a murder case.
A federal judge says former Penn State president Graham Spanier’s defamation suit against former FBI director Louis Freeh must start with a local judge.
Pennsylvania’s highest court is upholding a decision that reduced a jury award for a girl who was run over by a school bus in suburban Philadelphia from $14 million to $500,000.
Delvin Barnes is being brought to Philadelphia from Virginia for an initial appearance Wednesday on federal kidnapping charges.
A former cohort of drug kingpin and convicted murderer Kaboni Savage has been given a lengthy prison term.
Baby-food maker Gerber is being accused by the government of claiming falsely that its Good Start Gentle formula can prevent or reduce allergies in children.
A Baptist minister in Alabama said Thursday that he was inappropriately touched by a man now accused of sexually assaulting students at a state university in northeastern Pennsylvania.
A federal appeals court has thrown out a ruling that could have resulted in the remains’ removal to American Indian land in Oklahoma.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was scheduled to be arraigned on federal conspiracy and tax fraud counts Monday.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has denied a request by Trump Entertainment Resorts to be relieved of its pension obligations under a collective bargaining agreement with workers at the Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Project Child Support rolled out this week, literally on wheels, to offer parents low-cost legal advice outside court houses.
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.