Lawless v. Jubelirer

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Lawless v. Jubelirer  (2002) 
Syllabus
Lawless v. Jubelirer, 571 Pa. 79 (1983), was a Pennsylvania Supreme Court case affirming the Commonwealth Court's ruling that the Pennsylvania Constitution allowed Senate President Pro Tempore Robert Jubelrier to serve simultaneously as a senator and as Lieutenant Governor.
Court Documents
Per Curiam Decision
Dissenting Opinion
Zappala
SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA
571 Pa. 79
Lawless v. Jubelirer
Appeal from the Order of Commonwealth Court dismissing the Petition for Review.
Decided: September, 25, 2002

PER CURIAM.

AND NOW, this 25th day of September, 2002, the Order of the Commonwealth Court is hereby AFFIRMED. It is further ordered that the Application for Expedited Consideration is hereby DENIED.


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