Attorneys Debate Evidence in Upcoming Orie Melvin Trial

There was a flurry of activity late last week as lawyers looked to tailor the scope of the highly anticipated trial against suspended state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin.

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  • Dave

    Joan Orie Melvin is a walking billboard for why state supreme court justices and state appellate court justices should not run for office and campaign. Her political campaign for supreme court justice appealed to the lowest common denominator of voters who don't have a clue about stare decisis. She and her corrupt sisters are an embarrassment to we citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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