The Luzerne County corruption scandal has become so widespread that today's Times Leader published a list of all those who have been charged - twenty people so far.
One man on the list also got a taste of personal notoriety today. The Times Leader reports that a former county deputy chief clerk who has pled guilty in the corruption probe will likely lose his pension because of charges that he accepted a tailored suit in exchange for helping a business secure a contract. His pension for a suit.
People facing Luzerne County white collar crime charges should leave nothing to chance. At the first sign of trouble, they should contact a Luzerne County criminal defense attorney who knows what to expect from law enforcement, the FBI, and the IRS. A Luzerne County criminal defense lawyer from Rogan Law will defend you aggressively both inside and outside the courtroom.
It remains unclear what the corruption probe will uncover next, but chances are that the twenty people identified so far did not act on their own.
Don't wait until the authorities suspect you of or charge you with a crime. Contact a Wilkes-Barre white collar crimes attorney today to discuss your concerns. A Wilkes-Barre white collar crimes lawyer from Rogan Law will work tirelessly to keep your reputation intact and to secure your freedom. Call us today.