Judiciary

Ciavarella and Conahan May Face Very Different Sentences

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Former Luzerne County Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. has joined his co-defendant, former Judge Michael T. Conahan, in awaiting sentencing after a federal judge denied his post-trial motions late last month.

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  • A Victim

    Isn't Conahan the ringleader? Why aren't these two judges, and others, being prosecuted for all the other crimes they committed? Where is the FBI?

  • Larry Hohol

    Ciavarella has a very good chance of reversing at least three of the seven charges he has appealed. If he is successful 100 percent of the blame falls directly on the US Attorney's Office and the way they handled this case. The worst part is I believe they did not make a single error. It appears all of their actions were intentional. Time will tell. Larry Hohol-Author: The Luzerne County Railroad

  • Larry Hohol

    Ciavarella has a very good chance of reversing at least three of the seven charges he has appealed. If he is successful 100f the blame falls directly on the US Attorney's Office and the way they handled this case. The worst part is I believe they did not make a single error. It appears all of their actions were intentional. Time will tell. Larry Hohol-Author: The Luzerne County Railroad

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