Philadelphia District Attorney
The DA says the passage of time has made a new case too difficult to prosecute, so the charges against Eugene Gilyard and Lance Felder are being dropped.
Philadelphia officials today unveiled details on the long-planned overhaul of the city’s corruption-tainted Traffic Court.
Honor Student Who Claims Genitals Manhandled During Police Patdown Reaches Agreement On Criminal Charges
For months, Mathematics Civics and Sciences Charter School student Darrin Manning faced aggravated assault, simple assault and other charges in connection with a January 7th pat down. But his attorney William Buckman says they’ve hammered out the charges with the DA’s office.
A 45-year-old man is accused of inappropriate behavior outside of a local high school.
DA Seth Williams described a scheme that he says defrauded 21 insurance companies of some $400,000 over seven years.
Councilman James Kenney notes that there were 4,200 arrests last year in Philadelphia involving people with small amounts of pot.
Police say defendant Shelton Thomas, 47, stole about $95,000 from victim Raymond Campbell, 93, of West Philadelphia.
“It’s time for the district attorney to withdraw charges in this case,” said Lewis Small, attorney for Darrin Manning, during a press conference. “It’s just time to end the injustice.”
Edward Bracey was convicted of killing Philadelphia police officer Danny Boyle in 1991.
Alvarez, a former assistant DA, says Williams has wasted a chance to make the city better by focusing on public corruption.
A group of Philadelphia mothers who claim their kids are falsely accused of crimes have started a movement that is beginning to take root.
Lynn Nichols, most recently the assistant chief of the Philadelphia DA’s homicide unit, turned herself in to Philadelphia police today.
Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams announced the arrest of a 32-year-old man who bought guns for a 16-year-old.
UPDATE: Some Threats Removed After Philadelphia DA Takes On Facebook Over Alleged Witness Intimidation
Some of the threatening posts on a man’s Facebook page have now been removed, announced Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams.
A local blogger has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly creating web sites that encouraged people to murder police officers and the city’s district attorney.