In re Thirty-Third Statewide Investigating Grand Jury, 2014 Pa. Lexis 426 (Pa. Feb. 18, 2014)

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City of York v. Pennsylvania Public Util. Comm’n, 295 A.2d 825 (Pa. 1972)

The Attorney General’s powers of intervention,under statute and at common law, are broad. However, to allow the Attorney General to intervene as an appellant in an appeal from an order of the Public Utility Commission would create an irreconcilable conflict of interest and thus cannot be permitted

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In re Private Criminal Complaints of Rafferty, 2009 PA Super 53; 969 A.2d 578 (Pa. Super. 2009)

Appellant, an inmate whose parole was revoked at a hearing, filed three private criminal complaints against witnesses at the hearing and the Deputy Attorney General who acted as prosecutor, alleging perjury, obstruction of justice and false imprisonment. The criminal complaints were referred by the local District Attorney to the Attorney General’s office. The Attorney General…

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Commonwealth by Corbett v. Citizens Alliance for Better Neighborhoods, Inc., 983 A.2d 1274 (Pa. Comm. Ct. 2009)

The Attorney General of Pennsylvania sued a former state senator who had founded a charity, Citizens Alliance for Better Neighborhoods, Inc. Defendant was convicted on federal fraud charges for receiving non-profit funds. Defendant challenged the Attorney General’s complaint on the grounds that the Attorney General did not have standing to bring a parens patriae action…

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Commonwealth by Corbett v. Citizens Alliance for Better Neighborhoods, Inc., 983 A.2d 1274 (Pa. Comm. Ct. 2009)

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