Letters of Support Played Role in Toole's Sentencing

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The letters started arriving within the month. The real Michael T. Toole, who was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Friday, was not simply the former Luzerne County Common Pleas Court judge who agreed to plead guilty for selling his judicial seat for the use of a beach house in New Jersey, they said. He was not just the man who failed to report an attorney's referral fee on his taxes.

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