Harrisburg High School football coach Calvin Everett pleaded guilty to a civil penalty Friday for helping his brother sell cars without a license.
“He allowed himself to be used by this guy”
Is Richard W. Ireland a nefarious and greedy business magnate who bribed former state Treasurer Rob McCord or the innocent, honest, "old school" patsy of an unscrupulous politician who is desperate to stay out of federal prison?
Sports Memorabilia vendor pleads guilty to $2.5M fraud
Attorney Brian Perry assisted Attorney Robert W. Biddle in a multi-jurisdictional federal fraud case. Sentencing has been deferred...
“What was she supposed to do?”
Brian Perry, Esq. and Kristen Weisenberger, Esq, attorneys for officer Lisa Mearkle defend their client at a press conference on 3/24/15…
Wife’s texts to husband can be used against her in child abuse case, state court rules
In a decision that could be far-reaching, a state court has ruled that text messages a Franklin County woman sent to her husband can be used to prosecute her in a child abuse case.
Victim’s mercy spares Harrisburg hit and run driver from prison
Joseph Hatcher almost died when a driver who was high on PCP ran him down and nearly killed him on a Harrisburg street in January. Yet it was forgiveness, not vengeance, that motivated Hatcher when that driver, Geneia Rice, came before a Dauphin...