Pa. Supremes Suspend Indicted Philly Judge Without Pay

Law360, Philadelphia (September 20, 2012, 7:06 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court suspended indicted Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Robert Mulgrew without pay Wednesday, a week after he was charged for allegedly participating in a scheme to defraud a Pennsylvania economic development agency.

The per curium order handed down by the high court goes a step further than a separate order issued by the Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline on Friday that suspended Judge Mulgrew from his position with pay while the government’s case unfolds.

The supreme court’s order relieved Judge Mulgrew “of any and...
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