Justice Correale Stevens, PA Supreme Court, and Corbett
Justice Correale Stevens, PA Supreme Court, talks to Corbett about the process & procedure in the Kathleen Kane case.
interest can't cut it it's so normal procedure. And what's fascinating here Justice Stevens is that. He procedure though the preceding is scheduled for open court actually. Involves. Whether or not the Supreme Court how is the power soon. Also rise as a judge to authorize a special prosecutor isn't that correct. So legal issue but
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