Thursday, November 11, 2010

PA lawmakers who broke the law

The Associated Press has put together an investigative story exposing some of the legal troubles that Pennsylvania lawmakers have gotten themselves into over the years.

Nineteen lawmakers have arrest records, according to the AP.

The story, written by By Mark Scolforo, will be published starting Sunday in most Pennsylvania newspapers:

Here's a preview the wire service sent to its member newspapers:
HARRISBURG — Drug offenses, gun charges, theft and drunken driving turned up in the backgrounds of some state lawmakers when the entire Pennsylvania General Assembly was checked against public records, news accounts and other sources. At least five lawmakers were found to have convictions of criminal offenses and six others with convictions in cases that were later expunged or stricken. Another five who turned up in the AP investigation with records of arrests or citations either won acquittals or their cases were dropped.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Answer me this would me or you be able to go back to our jobs or get reinstated if we did this ? DON"T THINK SO THIS IS REALLY A CRIME!!!!!But as per Harrisburg nothings done or little is said!!!

November 15, 2010 at 10:23 AM 

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