The last of the 25 criminal cases resulting from Pennsylvania's 5-year-old legislative corruption investigation is about to conclude.
Former state Rep. Stephen Stetler of York County is scheduled to be sentenced today for his conviction on corruption charges by Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover.
A jury convicted Stetler in June on six felony counts stemming from the illegal use of state employees for campaign work, despite testimony from numerous character witnesses, including former Gov. Ed Rendell.
The 25 defendants charged by the attorney general's office comprised several House members from both parties, including two former speakers, and legislative aides.
Thirteen Democrats and nine Republicans were convicted or pleaded guilty. Two defendants were acquitted and charges against another were dropped.
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