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FRATERNAL ORDER POLICE v. CITY PHILADELPHIA AND PHILADELPHIA SPECIAL INVESTIGATION COMMISSION (12/05/86)

SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


decided: December 5, 1986.

FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, LODGE NO. 5, AND ROBERT S. HURST, ET AL., APPELLANTS,
v.
CITY OF PHILADELPHIA AND PHILADELPHIA SPECIAL INVESTIGATION COMMISSION, ET AL.

Appeal No. 68 E.D. Appeal Dkt. 1986 from Order of Commonwealth Court entered October 21, 1985, at Nos. 2240 and 2649 C.D. 1985, Affirming Orders of Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia, Trial Division, Civil Section, entered October 1, 1985, at No. 2977 July Term, 1985, and No. 4088 September Term, 1985; Nix, C.j., and Larsen, Flaherty, McDermott, Hutchinson, Zappala and Papadakos, JJ.

Author: Per Curiam

[ 512 Pa. Page 637]

ORDER

This Court accepted jurisdiction in this matter to consider the issue of the subpoena power of the Philadelphia Special Investigation Commission created pursuant to Executive Order No. 5-85 issued by the Honorable W. Wilson Goode on June 19, 1985. After review and argument, it appearing that said Commission did not, during the course of its investigation, attempt to exercise any subpoena power, nor was the question raised in the courts below, that issue is not properly before this Court. Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed as having been improvidently granted.

19861205

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