Philadelphia Traffic Court Scandal

Six Philadelphia Traffic Court Judges Acquitted of Corruption ChargesThe verdicts were mostly "not guilty," although four of the judges were convicted of lying to investigators about providing "consideration" in Traffic Court to certain VIPs.
Defense in Phila. Traffic Court Ticket-Fixing Case Expected To Open Next WeekThese six defendants have pleaded not guilty, although three other judges and a court administarator charged in the case pleaded guilty earlier.
Longtime Phila. Traffic Court Worker Defends 'Consideration' on Tickets Six former judges are on trial in the alleged ticket-fixing conspiracy.
Former Phila. Traffic Court Judge Says Ticket-Fixing Was CommonplaceFormer judge Kenneth Miller previously pleaded guilty to fraud in the federal ticket-fixing case and is testifying as part of a plea deal.
Another Phila. Traffic Court Worker Testifies Under ImmunityGloria McNasby, the personal assistant for defendant judge Robert Mulgrew, testified that "consideration" was practiced routinely.
Aide Testifies 'Consideration' Was Commonplace at Phila. Traffic CourtThe witness, Tonya Hilton, was an aide to Willie Singletary, one of the judges now on trial.
Bucks County Judge Recounts 'Illegal' Approach By Phila. Traffic Court JudgeRetired judge Ruth Dietrich testified that one of the defendant judges approched her about getting a particular outcome in a case before her.
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