A look at reaction to a jury's conviction of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on all nine counts against her, including perjury and obstruction charges stemming from allegations that she leaked secret grand jury information to a newspaper to embarrass a rival prosecutor.
Kane does not have to resign immediately, and could potentially remain in office until a new attorney general is elected in November and sworn in Jan. 17.
"Today is a sad day for the commonwealth and the people of Pennsylvania. Attorney General Kane has been convicted of serious charges. These are unbecoming of the commonwealth's top law enforcement officer. As I have made clear, I...