The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently cited a casenote written by Thomas Reilly ’15, Editor-in-Chief of Villanova Law Review, Volume 60, in its opinion of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Jose A. Carrasquillo. Reilly’s casenote, “Now I’m Guilty, Now I’m Not: The Automatic Right to Pre-Sentence Guilty Plea Withdrawals in Pennsylvania Since Commonwealth v. Forbes,” was originally published in Volume 59 of the Villanova Law Review during his second year of law school. Read his full casenote here and the full opinion here.
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