The Office of the District Attorney of Philadelphia is the largest prosecutor's office in Pennsylvania, and one of the largest in the nation. It serves the more than 1.5 million citizens of the City and County of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The current District Attorney of Philadelphia is Kelley B. Hodge. The district attorney ...
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Nov 8, 2017 ... Voters elected progressive civil rights lawyer Larry Krasner to be the next district attorney for Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Oct 24, 2017 ... PHILADELPHIA -- Former District Attorney Seth Williams, a career prosecutor who chased down municipal corruption but whose tenure as Philadelphia's first black DA was mired in a corruption scandal, was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for accepting a bribe. The two-term Democrat didn't ...
Oct 24, 2017 ... Former Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams was sentenced on Tuesday to five years in federal prison for taking bribes and committing fraud to maintain a lifestyle prosecutors said he could not afford.
Nov 8, 2017 ... Larry Krasner is Philadelphia's next district attorney after a win Tuesday. BI spoke with him on everything from the race to 2016 and Trump.
Nov 7, 2017 ... Larry Krasner, a defense attorney known for civil rights cases, will become Philadelphia's 26th district attorney. The Democrat defeated Republican Beth Grossman, a 21-year veteran of the District Attorney's Office. - Chris Brennan, Aubrey Whelan, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
Nov 8, 2017 ... An opponent of the death penalty and mass incarceration, Krasner has spent his legal career defending those charged with crimes and challenging prosecutors. - Patricia Madej, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.