Allegheny Co. President Judge Kim Clark says systemic racism exists in courts
Clark, who has served as a judge since 1999, and as president judge since 2018, is the first Black person to hold the top position in Allegheny County history.
Allegheny County Court judge tosses ballot challenge from GOP Senate candidate, drawing immediate appeal
The legal battle could further delay a final vote count in the race for the 45th Senate District, where Ziccarrelli, an attorney, trails incumbent Democratic Sen. Jim Brewster by just 30 votes
An Allegheny County judge called a Black juror ‘Aunt Jemima.’ What recourse does the public really have? | Analysis
Questionable conduct. Baffling rulings. Allegheny County has seen it all. But in the end, very little ever changes. But there's a solution if the public wants to embrace it.