Pennsylvania May Open Disciplinary Hearings for Lawyers

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Pennsylvania may join other states that hold public hearings for lawyers accused of inappropriate conduct.Right now, the state Supreme Court Disciplinary Board holds its hearings in private. Only eight other states conduct such hearings in private, but the state Supreme Court is considering changing that policy, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. When a lawyer or judge
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