A Philadelphia judge is urging the Commonwealth Court to affirm her decision to have Internet browsing records of assistant district attorney Frank Fina of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office made public under a Right-to-Know request.

Fina was a lead prosecutor in the high-profile cases against serial child molester Jerry Sandusky and three former Penn State administrators while he was at the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, but more recently Fina became a central figure in an email scandal that eventually led two Supreme Court justices to step down.

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