District Attorney Seth Williams
Philadelphia’s district attorney has issued his annual warning for the official kick off of the holiday shopping season.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General now says she will turn over evidence in the sting operation that ensnared several prominent Philadelphia Democrats to Philadelphia’s District Attorney.
DA Seth Williams says formation of the unit is the “right thing to do” and veteran prosecutor Gilson is the perfect person for the job.
Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams’ editorial in the Sunday Inquirer had me cheering from my Barcolounger.
Four men are in police custody, charged with trying to murder a witness in a shooting case in November, 2010.
State representative Jose “JP” Miranda and his sister, Michelle Wilson, are charged with criminal conspiracy, perjury, and conflict of interest.
The family of a Willow Grove man, who died of an accidental drug overdose a month ago after cooperating with authorities in a clergy sex abuse case, has filed a lawsuit against the Philadelphia Archdiocese and the man’s alleged abuser.
Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and Controller Alan Butkovitz have defeated their Republican challengers in a sign of the power of incumbency and a nearly 7-1 Democratic edge in citywide voter registration.
The prosecution of a Catholic priest accused of molesting a former altar boy is on shaky ground, after the accuser was found dead, the victim of an apparent drug overdose.
At a motions hearing on Tuesday morning, bail for Rev. Robert Brennan was reduced from $1 million to $50,000.
A former Philadelphia priest has been arrested after being accused of sexually assaulting an altar boy over a period of four years.
Philadelphia’s District Attorney and a City Councilman took to the streets of a Southwest Philadelphia neighborhood last night.
Incumbent Democrat Alan Butkovitz is seeking his third term in office. While he has the backing of the Democratic City Committee, he does face two primary challengers.
A pair of men are under arrest, charged with stealing contractor vans and their contents over a period of several months.
“I want people to know all across Philadelphia: you carry, you do two,” said Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams.