The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has been roundly criticized based on the actions of its justices. This article looks beyond the personal criticisms of the court to ask whether the court, as an institution, adequately performs its judicial function. The author determines that the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania fails in its duty by either shirking its responsibilities or, conversely, by overreaching its authority.
What's Really Wrong with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,
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