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Pa. Court Reverses Monsignor William Lynn’s Conviction

An appeals court has dismissed the criminal case against the high-ranking church official in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.


(A sign invites observers to a session of Pennsylvania Superior Court at Penn Law School.  Photographing the session was prohibited by law.  Credit: John Ostapkovich)

Pa. Superior Court Takes Its Bench On The Road, To Univ. of Pennsylvania Law School

The judges heard actual (not mock) arguments in about 20 cases, both criminal and civil.


(In the movie "Beetlejuice," Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis play a deceased couple trying to haunt a house.  Image: Warner Bros.)

Pa. Court Affirms: No Need To Disclose If House For Sale Was a Crime Scene

The buyer found out that a murder-suicide had taken place in the house a year earlier, so she sued the sellers for not telling her.


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Philadelphia Woman’s Conviction Overturned in 2009 ‘Sex For Phillies Tickets’ Case

A Bucks County jury last year acquitted Susan Finkelstein of prostitution but convicted her of attempted prostitution. Her attorney got that overturned.