Asked to identify the most pressing problems on the court, Daniel McCaffery responded that he was concerned about the “toxic political climate” surrounding the court, and Amanda Green-Hawkins said her biggest concern was bias in the judicial system.
By Max Mitchell | October 30, 2019 at 04:53 PM
The two Democratic candidates seeking spots on the Pennsylvania Superior Court come from very different legal backgrounds and different regions of the state, but both focused on their experience during a candidate forum Tuesday hosted by Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts.
The hour-long event, which took place at the Central Free Library of Philadelphia, featured candidates Amanda Green-Hawkins, who is associate counsel to the United Steelworkers union, and Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Daniel McCaffery. Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young attorney Karl Myers moderated the event, posing numerous questions to each candidate about their background, judicial philosophy and process.
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