On Nov. 5, Pennsylvanians are set to decide which two candidates will join the ranks of the state Superior Court. To get a better understanding of each candidate’s background and judicial philosophy, The Legal has asked each to respond to a questionnaire touching on a variety of topics important to the legal community.
Responses to the questionnaires are set to be published in the weeks leading up to the general election. The first installment comes from candidate Christylee Peck, a judge on the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas.
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