Richard DeCoatsworth was once hailed a hero cop after being shot in the face during a traffic stop and still managing to chase down his attacker. Now, several years later he is on the other side of the law.
A state judge has struck down the law requiring Pennsylvania’s voters to show photo identification at the polls.
A Philadelphia man and drug addict was sentenced to at least two years in prison this week for buying guns for his drug dealer last year.
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
La Salle University Criminal Justice Program Offers Students Hands-On Experience By Holding Class In A Prison
A La Salle University criminal justice program is more than just books and lectures, because the classroom is actually in a prison, and half the class are inmates.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority says scooters are motorized vehicles and therefore they belong on the street, not the sidewalk, even when they are parked.
Clicking “Like” on Facebook is constitutionally protected free speech and can be considered the 21st century-equivalent of a campaign yard sign, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Pennsylvania’s independently elected fiscal watchdog says the state is doing a poor job enforcing an anti-puppy mill law that’s designed to protect buyers and ensure breeders maintain humane practices.
Legislation encouraging people in Delaware to report alcohol and drug overdoses without fear of being prosecuted is about to become law.
Wildwood is known for its beautiful stretches of beaches and ocean, as well as its lively boardwalk, but there is one view some here say is not a pleasant one.
The Hardy Williams Education Fund awarded scholarships to six students in Philadelphia interested in careers in government, law or social action.
Mayor Michael Nutter signed a groundbreaking bill today, making Philadelphia one of the friendliest cities when it comes to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered rights.
Learn more about the signs of elder abuse and how to stop or prevent it from happening.
The judges heard arguments in about 20 cases ranging from criminal (the outgrowth of a mugging on Kensington Avenue) to a civil complaint over a building sold “as is” that was immediately ordered demolished.