Phila. Judge Says Fewer Accusers To Testify If Msgr. Lynn RetriedMonsignor Lynn has already served 33-months of a three-to-six-year sentence.
Monsignor William Lynn Granted BailA judge on Tuesday said Monsignor William Lynn can be released on $250,000 bail.
Monsignor Lynn's Conviction Over Complaints Reversed AgainMonsignor William Lynn has been on a legal roller coaster since his 2012 child-endangerment conviction.
Philadelphia DA Files Appeal In Monsignor Lynn CaseEarlier this month, Monsignor William Lynn was released from state prison, where he’d been housed for 18 months after being charged with child endangerment.
Philadelphia Archdiocese Assists Monsignor Lynn Post Bail Monsignor William Lynn's attorneys posted the required 10 percent of the $250,000 bail after a state appeals court last week overturned his conviction for child endangerment. Lynn was expected to be released later this week after electronic monitoring can be arranged.
Archdiocese: Monsignor Lynn's Sentence 'Heavy'The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has released a statement just hours after Monsignor William Lynn was sentenced to 3-6 years in prison, calling his sentence “heavy.”
Monsignor Seeks Probation In Landmark Philadelphia Archdiocese Priest Abuse Case The first U.S. church official convicted of endangering children in the priest-abuse scandal asked Thursday for probation instead of prison, saying he had already experienced months of scrutiny, vilification and shame.
2007 Fondling Complaint Against Catholic Bishop ReopenedAuthorities have re-opened a 2007 fondling complaint against a priest who taught at a suburban Philadelphia high school and is now the Roman Catholic bishop of West Virginia.
Day 10 Of Deliberations In Clergy Sex Abuse Trial Comes To A Close With No VerdictA Philadelphia jury is set to return for an 11th day of deliberations Tuesday in the groundbreaking clergy-abuse trial of two Roman Catholic priests.
Day 2 Of Cross Examination In Priest Sex Abuse Trial Proves IntenseMonsignor William Lynn walked to lunch with his family surrounding him, and for the first time all morning, his face wasn't blazing red.