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Judge Guilty In ‘Cash For Kids’ Case

Posted by Sandra On February - 23 - 2011

SCRANTON – A federal jury Friday found former Luzerne County Court Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. guilty of racketeering in one of the nation’s worst judicial scandals, a crime in which prosecutors said the former judge used children “as pawns to enrich himself.”

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