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Nine Philadelphia traffic judges arrested over ticket favoritism - U.S. News -
"said Singletary's lawyer, William J. Brennan. "I don't think that's fraud. It's just kind of the way it works.'' The 77-count indictment noted that Singletary had openly campaigned on a promise that he would do favors for supporters. "There's going to be a basket going around because I'm running for traffic court judge, right, and I need some money,'' the indictment quoted Singletary as saying at a 2007 motorcycle club meeting. ``I got some stuff that I got to do, but if you all can give me twenty dollars you're going to need me in traffic court, am I right about that? ... Now you all want me to get there, you're all going to need my hook-up, right?''" - Steve C, Team Marina from Bookmarklet
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