Blog Posts in February, 2010

  • The Times-Tribune reports that the new Lackawanna County Courthouse Crime Watch campaign has collected about 50 letters from concerned citizens regarding public corruption. The activist responsible for the crime watch estimates that 60 percent of these letters contain information that might be helpful to state and federal agencies involved with investigating Scranton white collar crime. Whether or ...
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  • Monroe County Marcellus Shale Forum Scheduled

    || 26-Feb-2010

    My last blog concerning natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale formation focused on what has been happening recently in Wayne County, but Monroe County is also beginning to have conversations about the potential benefits and drawbacks of extracting gas from this huge natural formation. A few days ago, the Pocono Record reported that the League of Women Voters of Monroe County will host a ...
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  • Stroudsburg Serious Injuries Lawyer

    || 16-Feb-2010

    As a Stroudsburg serious injuries lawyer, I read with interest today's article in the Pocono Record detailing a stimulus-funded plan to improve Monroe County's Route 33. The plan includes new guide rails, highway resurfacing and bridge rehabilitation, all of which could help prevent serious injuries along that stretch. Serious injuries can be caused by Stroudsburg car accidents or by many ...
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  • Scranton White Collar Crime Lawyer

    || 16-Feb-2010

    At the University of Scranton, students of criminal justice can earn three credits studying white collar crime, "including corporate misdeeds, political corruption, occupational illegalities and upperworld deviance." Sounds fascinating, right? Studying crime and criminals can be quite interesting, but the day to day reality of Scranton white collar crime is usually much more mundane. One ...
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