Prosecutors Say Traffic Court Judges Defrauded City, State

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Prosecutors told jurors in federal court Tuesday in the Philadelphia Traffic Court case that the defendants were responsible for creating a culture of favoritism that, through fixing tickets, robbed the city and Pennsylvania of funding.

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  • Larry Hohol / Author

    The Judicial Conduct Board and the Supreme Court of PA (under the direct control of President Judge Castille) allowed this conduct to continue for YEARS. This did not just happen nor did it happen in a vacuum. Business as usual.

  • Larry Hohol / Author

    The Judicial Conduct Board and the Supreme Court of PA (under the direct control of President Judge Castille) allowed this conduct to continue for YEARS. This did not just happen nor did it happen in a vacuum. Business as usual.

  • Larry Hohol / Author

    The Judicial Conduct Board and the Supreme Court of PA (under the direct control of President Judge Castille) allowed this conduct to continue for YEARS. This did not just happen nor did it happen in a vacuum. Business as usual.

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