Pay Reinstated For Suspended Judge In Pa. Traffic Court Row

Law360, New York (May 28, 2013, 7:02 PM EDT) -- Pennsylvania's Court of Judicial Discipline ruled Friday that Judge Mark Bruno, who was suspended without pay after he was indicted with eight others for allegedly fixing tickets on Philadelphia's Traffic Court, should receive pay during his suspension because of shaky allegations against him.

The Court of Judicial Discipline said the indictment against Bruno falls short of alleging that he actually participated in the ticket-fixing scheme, implying that suspending Bruno without pay would be unfair given that a Pennsylvania judge who was charged with fixing hundreds of...
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