A federal jury has heard opening statements and the start of testimony, which resumes this morning.
The filing in federal court Monday calls the effort “astounding,” ”specious” and a “blatant violation” of an earlier court order.
An elderly Nazi war crimes suspect will remain jailed in Philadelphia as part of a German criminal case after a U.S. judge denied him bail.
A man accused of serving as a Nazi guard at the Jewish death camp Auschwitz appears in federal court.
Spanier’s lawyers filed a complaint in federal court in Harrisburg Monday that says his case was “undertaken in bad faith” and that it violates his constitutional right to due process of law.
Even if your cell phone is on the “Do Not Call” list you could still be getting hounded by unwanted calls and marketing messages.
The defense had argued the female inmate is an inveterate liar with multiple convictions for theft, fraud and forgery, and the jury has rejected her story.
Defending Pennsylvania’s law effectively banning same-sex marriage against a legal challenge in federal court will fall to Gov. Tom Corbett.
“And there is nothing about the nature of these crimes or the background that in any way causes the government to be at all alarmed that he is never getting out of jail again” prosecutor Arlene Fisk said. “That is frankly comforting.”
Victims have told the court Ira Pressman is the Michael Jordan of schemers and he deserves a sentence long sentence.
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The former president of the Philadelphia String Band Association was sentenced to close to four years in prison Tuesday for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from two former employers.
A federal judicial panel is considering whether to reverse a ruling it made a week ago to declare nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis eligible to run for state Senate in New Jersey.
“His position was that he had a good faith, honest, subjectively held belief that, unlike everybody else, he didn’t to have to pay federal income taxes and that is why he didn’t file,” Prosecutor Joan Burnes said.
A federal appeals court today will hear arguments on the government’s appeal of the 55 month sentence for convicted former state senator Vince Fumo. The government contends the trial judge erred in sentencing way below federal guidelines.