UPDATE, January 5, 2012:
Pa. judge dismisses 2,000 juvenile cases in 'kids for cash' scandal
A judge brought in to clean up after a "kids for cash" scandal has expunged every juvenile court case decided by a Pennsylvania jurist convicted of corruption.
Senior Judge Arthur Grim was selected almost three years ago to review juvenile court cases decided by former Luzerne County Judge Mark Ciavarella, who's serving time in jail for his involvement in the corruption case.
As a result of Grim's efforts, records have been expunged for more than 2,000 juveniles sentenced by Ciavarella.