Gang dispute claims two more

The prosecutor called it a dispute between two groups of neighborhood kids that began in elementary school and just kept going. On Sept. 7... Read more

Msgr. Lynn's wait continues

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It’s been three weeks since Msgr. William J. Lynn was sent back to prison after the state Supreme Court reinstated his 2012 conviction... Read more

Hair-splitting

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The recent report about inaccurate and erroneous testimony by FBI hair analysts – in 96 percent of cases – continues to draw public... Read more

Pleading guilty?

It looks like Christopher Murray, the Northeast man charged with strangling his wife last Aug. 5 along the edge of Pennypack Park, will be... Read more

A lawyer's dilemma

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You’ve probably heard of lawyer-client privilege: a lawyer is ethically prohibited from disclosing information learned from a client... Read more

Related through tragedy

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There was a lot of support Tuesday for the family of Alejandro Rojas-Garcia, the 34-year-old man shot to death Jan. 24 as he sat in his new... Read more

Rethinking prison

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Is the debate about why the United States imprisons so many people having an impact? Yes, but slowly, although some states have significantly... Read more

Who needs lawyers?

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Maybe it’s all the courtroom dramas on TV that make people think they can act as their own lawyer. It's certainly not the amateurs’... Read more