Scuttlebutt, hearsay and innuendo have long suggested that Philadelphia Traffic Court might not be the model of blind justice, but the scope and extent of judicial improprieties that are detailed in the report conducted by Chadwick Associates, commissioned by the First Judicial District, is mind-boggling, even to jaded Philadelphians. We would be remiss — as legal editorializers — if we didn’t weigh in with indignation and outrage, and a call for a quick and thorough cleaning of the house. But now that we have dispensed with the obvious, we wish to call attention to the fact that the problem may be far deeper and wider than just Traffic Court.
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