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April 2018 Archives

Diversion program could erase TV host's drunk driving charges

Viewers in Pennsylvania may be familiar with TV talk show host Steve Wilkos' brash and confrontational style with his guests that dates from his time as fellow television host Jerry Springer's head of security. In the courtroom, however, Wilkos has been open to a more rehabilitative vision of criminal justice for the drunk driving charges he faced after a January one-car collision.

Tractor manufacturer Caterpillar faces accusations of tax fraud

Nobody enjoys paying taxes. Not only can it be annoying, but it may feel frustrating to watch a significant amount of your money disappear. If you run a business, you may try your best to find loopholes to get out of paying taxes. Thankfully, there are legitimate and legal ways to decrease your corporate tax bill.

Insider trading and government policy leaks

The often-complex world of insider trading allegations that can be of concern to corporate executives in Pennsylvania and elsewhere is also coming to Washington, D.C. While the political culture of the nation's capital often involves an array of leaks and rumors, typically these involve journalists and lobbyists rather than investors. However, some firms, known as political intelligence companies, are making large sums of money by selling information to hedge funds about upcoming government actions. With this advance knowledge, the funds can make millions by selecting stocks that will soon rise or fall based on expected government actions.

Pennsylvania man charged with DUI after crash

Police say that a 68-year-old man was intoxicated when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed in Bucks County on the evening of March 29. According to media reports, the accident took place on West Court Street in Doylestown at approximately 8:40 p.m. The local resident was taken into custody at the scene for suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol and transported to a nearby hospital to be checked for injuries and provide a blood sample for toxicology testing.

Man facing multiple charges for drunk driving with a child

Law enforcement officers with the Pennsylvania State Police reportedly stopped a 28-year-old Waynesboro man who was allegedly driving while intoxicated by alcohol and drugs. The man reportedly had a child with him, who was sitting in the back seat while he drove.

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