Philadelphia Traffic Court
Pennsylvania Supreme Court chief justice Ronald Castille says he plans to seek “retention” by voters this fall for another ten years on the state Supreme Court — even though, under current rules, he faces mandatory retirement just two years from now.
Assistant US attorney Paul Gray says Judge Robert Mulgrew, his wife Elizabeth, and Lorraine Dispaldo, an aide to a Pennsylvania legislator, schemed to get funds illegally from the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
Twenty-seven-year-old Walter Williams was convicted Tuesday by Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey Minehart following a nonjury trial in the February 2011 death of 21-year-old Tovoyia Owens, who was three months pregnant at the time.
Philadelphia city councilman Jim Kenney is proposing to eliminate a layer of bureaucratic red tape when your car is towed in error and you want to get the towing fee refunded.
Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Willie Singletary, who was suspended after allegedly showing a co-worker a photo of his private part, has tendered his resignation.
A Philadelphia Traffic Court judge who — according to sources — showed naked pictures of himself to a female employee — has now been suspended without pay.
A Philadelphia traffic judge who made remarks in a YouTube video suggesting campaign donors would find a “hook-up” in his court has been relieved of his duties.
Traffic Court judges in Pennsylvania don’t need law degrees to serve, but they do need to pass a test of basic driving laws before they can take the oath of office. And that proved to be a problem for Christine Solomon (center).
KYW Newsradio has learned that Philadelphia Traffic Court judge Willie Singletary has been ousted for allegedly showing naked pictures of himself to a female worker.
Chris talks to Congressman Pat Meehan about the House decision not to vote on the payroll tax extension. He discusses Mitt Romney’s handling of his Presidential campaign, the scandal brewing at Philadelphia Traffic Court, and restaraunt owners in the city using tips to buy their credit card transaction fees.
Justice Ronald Castille announced that he was essentially seizing control of Philadelphia Traffic Court because of reports of widespread ticket-fixing.