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Eagles Cheerleader Makes Living In Court, Lives Out Her Dream On The FieldOne member of the Eagles cheer squad has made a living in court, while living out her dream on the field.
Woman Posed As Lawyer For A Decade Without Law LicenseKimberly Kitchen was convicted Thursday on charges of forgery, unauthorized practice of law and felony records tampering in Huntingdon County.
Former Philly Lawyer Admits To Taking More Than Half Of A Million Dollars From ClientsA former Philadelphia lawyer plead guilty today to one count of wire fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud clients of the legal firm in which he was employed.
Christie's Lawyer To Be Paid $650 Per HourGov. Chris Christie's office has agreed to pay $650 per hour to the lawyer representing the governor's office in a traffic jam scandal. And the lawyer says that's a discount.
Cherry Hill Lawyer Sentenced For Laundering $1.2 Million Misappropriated From ClientsKwasnik was also sentenced to five years probation and already served five months in jail for the crimes.
Authorities Await Toxicology Results After Lawyer's Girlfriend Found DeadJulia Law was found dead in the tub in Peruto's Center City home on Saturday.
Lawyer: Toms River Father Charged In Gun Case CooperatingThe lawyer for the New Jersey man whose 4-year-old son shot and killed a 6-year-old playmate says his client is cooperating.
Rutgers University Lawyer Resigns Amid InquiryA Rutgers University lawyer who approved a decision to suspend the men’s basketball coach rather than fire him last year has resigned.
Del. Courthouse Shooter Made Up Phony Death Certificates For Victim And Her LawyerEyewitness News has learned new information about the shooter that killed two people at a Delaware courthouse.
Special Contributor Larry Kane Remembers Senator SpecterFormer U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, the outspoken Pennsylvania centrist whose switch from Republican to Democrat ended a 30-year career in which he played a pivotal role in several Supreme Court nominations, died Sunday.
Legal Expert Says One Way To Deal With The Debt Problem Is To CHANGE The ConstitutionThe debt and deficit deal of last week doesn't solve anything, according to a lawyer and author who says the only hope for the future is to carefully change the Constitution, and not by amendment.
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