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Two Charged in Pa. Turnpike Scandal Due in Court Today

September 30, 2014

Post-Gazette (Harrisburg Bureau)
By Kate Giammarise

HARRISBURG – Two defendants charged in the Pennsylvania Turnpike “pay-to-play” scandal will be in court today and could be allowed to enter a diversion program that would eventually allow the charges against them to be dropped.

Dennis Miller and Jeffrey Suzenski were two of the men charged last year Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office in a case that alleged widespread corruption and bid-rigging at the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, which operates the state’s toll road system.

The men are asking for Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition, and the attorney general’s office – which is prosecuting the case – has agreed to the deal.

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