BELLEFONTE, Pa. – A prosecutor strongly criticize the court’s treatment of the case of the former Penn State fraternity members compared to the costs in a pledge of death.
Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller issued a statement Thursday saying common pleas Judge Pamela Ruest is “failed” to be fair to both sides.
Parks Miller is not in court for a hearing Thursday on the fate of redundant costs. She says that the judge would not let her through the phone from outside the city.
She claims Ruest is not having regard to the interests of victims. Ruest says they take the prosecutor’s statement later in the hearing.
Ruest decides on the appointment of a new doctrine of the district judge to hold a new declaration in the death of 19-year-old Tim Piazza of Lebanon, New Jersey.