A Philadelphia man who entered a plea deal for shooting a grocery store owner is now being charged by federal prosecutors who say the sentenced handed down by the Philadelphia District Attorney's office was not strict enough.
A man sent to prison for life at 17 has been chosen for an arts residency housed at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and will design a public mural that condemns mass incarceration.
Police widow Maureen Faulkner is trying again to have Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner's office removed from the latest appeal over her husband's 1981 traffic stop death.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether the state's death penalty statute amounts to cruel, arbitrary punishment that's too often reserved for black and poor defendants.
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District Attorney Larry Krasner says Meek Mill's case as an example of unfair procedures or questionable integrity.
While charges have not been filed against Maurice Hill, the man accused of shooting six officers in North Philadelphia, the district attorney spoke Thursday about what charges he may face.
One woman’s escape from a Kensington home has led to Philadelphia’s first-ever human trafficking conviction in a case involving adult victims, authorities announced Monday.