New Philadelphia District Attorney's Inauguration Is TuesdayLarry Krasner succeeds former DA Seth Williams.
Former Philadelphia DA Seth Williams Moved To West Virginia PrisonA new home for the convicted former top prosecutor of Philadelphia.
Former DA Seth Williams Moved To Midwest Federal PrisonSeth Williams has been moved to a prison in Oklahoma City after spending several months in a small Philadelphia prison cell, following his plea agreement with the government.
Former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams Sentenced To 5 Years In Prison In Corruption ScandalWilliams pleaded guilty to a bribery charge in the middle of his federal corruption trial in June.
Former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams To Be Sentenced TuesdayProsecutors argue Williams should get the maximum five years behind bars for the bribery charge he pleaded guilty to in June.
Former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams Disbarred By Disciplinary BoardThe Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania made the announcement on Thursday afternoon.
Several Notable Court Cases Will Resume This FallCourts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey will be bustling with hearings, trials and sentences this fall.
Grossman Promises To Combat Democratic Corruption In PhiladelphiaBeth Grossman says one of the reasons she is running for District Attorney is to stop corruption within the Democratic Party of Philadelphia.
Panel Selects Kelley Hodge As Interim Philadelphia District AttorneyThere were 13 applicants for the interim position, including former Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham.
Board To Decide Fate Of Seth Williams' PensionThere's likely to be more bad news for former District Attorney Seth Williams.
How Much Seth Williams' Trial Will Cost Taxpayers Seth Williams is behind bars awaiting his October sentencing hearing, after pleading guilty last month to a Federal bribery charge and, he's left behind a hefty legal bill for Philadelphia taxpayers.
Juror Shares Reaction To Seth Williams' Guilty PleaSeth Williams is now in prison. The former Philadelphia District Attorney pleaded guilty to one count of bribery, and acknowledged misconduct in the rest of the 28 counts, which have been dismissed.