Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Act Quickly on Slots Issue

On April 26, 2007, the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court declined to fast-track the verdict regarding the slots decision, which may have ended any chance of putting closure on the issue before the voters in Philadelphia vote on May 15, 2007, according to the critics of the slots plan. The City Council’s attorney is more optimistic, […]

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Allows Investigation of Louis DeNaples

On December 10th, 2007, a county grand jury can continue in their investigation into whether Louis De Naples told the truth to the state regulators before they have given him the slot machines gambling license. The Dauphin County grand jury’s investigation had been suspended for two months while the Supreme Court reviewed requests filed […]

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Pennsylvania Court Administrator Stole Seized Gambling Money

It is common practice during police raids around the US that money and other illegal gambling paraphernalia are seized during raids. People have long wondered where exactly all of that seized money goes. In Pennsylvania, the answer comes in the form of Luzerne County Court Administrator William T. Sharkey Sr. He was indicted and will […]

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