Contractor Convicted In Market Street Collapse Has New Support In His CornerThe Philadelphia chapter of the NAACP is voicing support for Griffin Campbell.
Sentencing Day For Demolition Contractor Convicted In Deadly Building CollapseA jury convicted him last October on six counts of involuntary manslaughter and other charges.
In Advance Of Market St. Collapse Civil Case, Lawyers Argue Whether Griffin Campbell Should TestifyThe attention shifted to a City Hall Courtroom and depositions.
Demolition Contractor Convicted Of 6 Counts Of Involuntary Manslaughter In Philadelphia Building Collapse A jury has found demolition contractor Griffin Campbell guilty on six counts of involuntary manslaughter in the 2013 Market Street building collapse in Center City that left six dead.
Jurors In Market Street Collapse Case Hear Closing Arguments In Trial Of ContractorClosing arguments are underway today in the trial of Griffin Campbell, the demolition contractor in the deadly 2013 Market Street building collapse.
Jury Selection Underway In Trial Of Demolition Contractor Charged In Deadly Building CollapseSix people died and 13 were injured when an adjoining building collapsed on a Salvation Army thrift store.
Demo Contractor Set To Go On Trial In Fatal Center City Building CollapseCampbell's lawyer insists that his client is being made a scapegoat in the 2013 collapse that also buried 13 survivors in rubble.
Judge Fines Attorney in Salvation Army Building Collapse Case For CommentsAttorney William Hobson, who represents demolition contractor Griffin Campbell, was fined $100 and cautioned about his future conduct.
Joint Trial For Pair Charged In Deadly Center City Building CollapseA Philadelphia judge has denied a defense request for separate trials for two men charged in last year's building collapse in Center City that killed six people inside a thrift store.
Bail Rejected in Fatal Center City Building Demolition CollapseDefense attorney William Hobson argued that defendant Griffin Campbell, the demoliton contractor on the site that day, is no danger to the community and no risk of flight.
Attorneys For 2 Charged In Center City Building Collapse Reveal Plan To Ask A Judge To Set Bail Contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop, both charged with third-degree murder in the June 5th, 2013 demolition site collapse that killed six and injured 13 at 22nd and Market Streets, could be set free to await trial.
Conspiracy Charge Upheld as Salvation Army Thrift Store Disaster Moves To TrialA judge sided with an earlier court ruling that the evidence shows the two defendants acted together in a risky manner, resulting in the death of six people.