Two Philadelphia traffic court judges pled guilty to criminal charges in Federal Court. Both H. Warren Hogeland and Kenneth Miller plead guilty to charges of conspiracy and mail fraud for what prosecutors call rampant corruption in the city’s traffic court.
Hogeland, 75, admitted he violated the law when he dismissed a ticket for the Judge Miller’s son. Miller also pleaded guilty later in the day to similar charges.
Both Hogeland and Miller are part of a nine person indictment that was served on both judges and staff at the Philadelphia traffic court. Both men were removed from the bench once they were indicted. Both men are due back in court for sentencing later this spring.
It is a smart to fight a speeding ticket. It is even smarter to hire and experienced attorney to fight for you. Since this scandal both judges and clerks are extra cautious in speeding ticket hearing, you need a lawyer to fight for you.
Massachusetts Speeding Ticket Attorney Patrick Donovan has represented people in over fifty courts in Massachusetts. Attorney Donovan is a former prosecutor.