Friday, September 4, 2015

1 p.m. chat with Suzanne Almeida on Traffic Court ticket-fixing scandal

Suzanne Almeida, program director for Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, chats today starting at 1 p.m. on the ticket-fixing scandal involving judges in Philly's Traffic Court. On a mobile device? Click here to join the chat. Click here to read a Sunday Currents column by Almeida and Lynn A. Marks, PMC's executive director.

1 p.m. chat with Suzanne Almeida on Traffic Court ticket-fixing scandal

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Pa. Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille (right) and Justice Seamus McCaffery in 2010. Besides raising questions about McCaffery, the report quoted Traffic Court staff as saying that the office of Democratic U.S. Rep. Bob Brady of Philadelphia often requested "special consideration" in dealing with tickets, which Brady denies. LAURENCE KESTERSON / File Photograph
Pa. Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille (right) and Justice Seamus McCaffery in 2010. Besides raising questions about McCaffery, the report quoted Traffic Court staff as saying that the office of Democratic U.S. Rep. Bob Brady of Philadelphia often requested "special consideration" in dealing with tickets, which Brady denies. LAURENCE KESTERSON / File Photograph

Suzanne Almeida, program director for Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, chats today starting at 1 p.m. on the ticket-fixing scandal involving judges in Philly's Traffic Court. On a mobile device? Click here to join the chat. Click here to read a Sunday Currents column by Almeida and Lynn A. Marks, PMC's executive director.

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