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Election 2019: Common pleas judge candidates discuss marijuana, growing court system

Candidates for Cumberland County’s two available common pleas judge seats were queried over marijuana policy and the organization of the county’s growing court system during a forum Tuesday night.

The Sentinel

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Posted on 14 May 2019, 11:32 - Category: In the News

 

‘There is no need for judges to be activists:’ Candidates for Cumberland County judge in disagreeable debate

There wasn’t much disagreement Thursday night when four of the five candidates on the ballot for Cumberland County judge met for a debate in Camp Hill.

First Assistant District Attorney Matthew Smith, county Register of Wills Lisa Grayson, and private attorneys Kirk Sohonage and Ron Tomasko agreed on pretty much every question asked during the program the Americans for Prosperity Foundation sponsored at The Pollock Center.

Pennlive.com

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Posted on 14 May 2019, 11:22 - Category: In the News

 

Cumberland County Children's and Youth Services tries to rebound after state licensing issues

Cumberland County’s child services department is trying to get back on its feet after losing, and subsequently re-gaining, its full social services license from the state amid issues with turnover and heavy caseloads.

The Sentinel

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Posted on 14 May 2019, 11:21 - Category: In the News

 

Lisa Grayson chosen to be the Court’s designee responsible for reviewing all guardian reports filed in the county

Cumberland County President Judge, The Honorable Edward E. Guido, has chosen Lisa to be the Court’s designee responsible for reviewing all guardian reports filed in the county.

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Posted on 01 Feb 2019, 11:03 - Category: In the News

 

The Advisory Council on Elder Justice

The Advisory Council on Elder Justice in the Courts held a news conference on the release of the Progress Report of the Council’s actions on implementing recommendations from the Elder Law Task Force.  Lisa sits as a member of this Council as the representative of the Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court Association.   PIC:  Pictured here with PA Supreme Court Justice Debra Todd, Acting Secretary of Aging Robert Torres, and Widener University Commonwealth Law School Dean Christian Johnson. 

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Posted on 28 Jan 2019, 11:01 - Category: In the News

 

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