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Defense challenges DNA identification in 1989 'cold case'

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On Monday, a lawyer for the 54-year-old South Jersey man questioned the integrity of that DNA evidence.

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Rittenhouse Square stabbing suspect appears in court

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CENTER CITY (WPVI) -- A stabbing suspect faced a judge Wednesday, more than two weeks after a deadly altercation in Rittenhouse Square.

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Judge doesn't bar insanity defense in 2016 Rittenhouse stabbing

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Steven Simminger's paranoid schizophrenia and anxiety were well documented, developing after a 1994 auto accident in the Navy cost him a leg, and left him with a traumatic brain injury and a disability discharge.

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Social-service official pleads in fraud case

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - June 10, 2009 Manuelita Buenaflor, 65, of Philadelphia became the first official with MultiEthnic Behavioral Services to enter a plea in the case, although two underlings have signed guilty pleas.

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Defense: No evidence connects men to A.C.'s Dirty Blok gang

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Friendships, phone calls and photos do not add up to conspiracy, according to defense attorneys for four men charged as part of an allegedly violent Atlantic City drug-trafficking organization.

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Judge nixes statement from suspect in Chesco rape case

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WEST CHESTER - A Common Pleas Court judge has ruled that a statement taken from a suspect in two West Chester rapes cannot be used at his trial because police questioning him had improperly circumvented his Miranda rights by not telling him they had an arrest warrant in the case.

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