The Times-Tribune ran a story today about a Luzerne County bribery case in which a former Pittston area school superintendent was sentenced to thirteen months in prison for accepting bribes.
Luzerne County bribery charges are serious business. Any time a person offers or accepts something of value in exchange for influence on a government official or public employee he can be charged with bribery. Both the person offering the bribe and the person accepting the bribe can face criminal charges if the illegal activity is detected.
If you are facing Luzerne County bribery charges, then you need a Wilkes-Barre criminal defense attorney who knows how to aggressively and effectively defend you against these very serious charges.
A Wilkes-Barre criminal defense lawyer from Rogan Law can help you with your Luzerne County bribery charges, no matter what the circumstances are.
For help with your Wilkes-Barre bribery charges, contact a Wilkes-Barre bribery lawyer at Rogan Law today.