Pa. Court Says No Pay For Indicted Philly Judge

Law360, Philadelphia (August 9, 2013, 5:25 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania court ruled Friday that Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Michael Sullivan, who was suspended after being indicted along with eight others for allegedly fixing tickets, should continue to be deprived of his pay.

The Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline ruled that allegations surrounding Judge Sullivan, who was administrative judge of the court for a period during the alleged scheme, were more severe than those attached to Judge Mark Bruno, who it already determined should receive pay while suspended.

“When Bruno and Sullivan are viewed alongside...
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