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Ticket Fixing

(Former Philadelphia traffic court judge Willie Singletary, right, and attorney William Brennan, left, face reporters outside the US courthouse in center city.  2013 file photo by Tony Hanson)

Prosecution Expected To Rest In Traffic Court Ticket-Fixing Trial

The prosecution is expected to rest later today in the trial of six former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges who allegedly fixed tickets.

07/08/2014

(File photo.  Credit: Thinkstock)

Surprising Testimony From Traffic Court Administrator On Ticket-fixing Scandal

A traffic court administrator spoke about taking calls from the office of former Councilman — now Mayor — Michael Nutter.

06/24/2014

(Philadelphia Traffic Court operations were placed under the control of Municipal Court after the ticket-fixing scandal broke.  Photo by KYW's Ed Fischer)

Former Judges Charged In Ticket Fixing Conspiracy Begin Trial

Six former judges and a local businessman are scheduled to go to trial Tuesday in federal court in the Philadelphia Traffic Court ticket fixing case.

05/27/2014

(Robert Mulgrew.  File image from television advertisement.)

Sudden Guilty Plea From Phila. Traffic Court Judge Charged With Fraud

Former judge Robert Mulgrew, 56, admitted stealing state grand funds that he claimed would be used to help beautify his Dickinson Square neighborhood in South Philadelphia.

09/19/2013

(Former Philadelphia traffic court judge Willie Singletary, right, and attorney William Brennan, left, face reporters outside the US courthouse in center city.  2013 file photo by Tony Hanson)

Judges, Others Caught In Philadelphia Ticket-Fixing Probe

Former and current judges of Philadelphia Traffic Court, plus judges in Bucks, Chester, and Delaware counties, as well as other employees associated with the court system, were named.

01/31/2013

(File photo: Philadelphia Traffic Court)

Pennsylvania’s Top Court Takes Over Philadelphia Traffic Court Amid Corruption Probe

Justice Ronald Castille announced that he was essentially seizing control of Philadelphia Traffic Court because of reports of widespread ticket-fixing.

12/19/2011