Judge Accused of Sexually Explicit E-mails Retires

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery, known for creating the Philadelphia “Eagles Court” in Veterans Stadium to process unruly fans, said he will retire, the latest casualty in an online pornography scandal stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case. McCaffery, 64, who has been on the high court for more than six years, was suspended Oct. 20 after publicly accepting responsibility for exchanging hundreds of sexually explicit e-mails on state accounts.