DeWeese Discusses Prison Sentence For 1st TimeEarlier this year, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese was released from prison after finishing his sentence for political corruption.
Taxes Go Up When States Have Higher Public CorruptionPublic corruption is no stranger to this state, whether it's Republicans like former Pennsylvania Sen. Jane Orie and House Speaker John Perzel or Democrats like former Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Veon and House Speaker Bill DeWeese.
Deweese Released After Corruption SentenceFormer state Rep. Bill DeWeese has been released from prison after finishing his sentence for political corruption.
DeWeese To Be Released From Jail, While Veon Continues To Serve TimeBill DeWeese -- once the top Democrat in the state House of Representatives -- will be released from prison Sunday afternoon.
Defense Attorney Details DeWeese’s ReleaseLess than a week after he reported to prison to begin serving a sentence for corruption, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese is once again a free man.
DeWeese's Attorney Talks About Former State Representative's ReleaseKDKA Radio's Johnna Pro speaks with Bill Costopoulos, former Rep. Bill DeWeese's attorney.
Former State Rep. Bill DeWeese Out Of JailFormer State Rep. Bill DeWeese is out of jail. The Associated Press reported late Friday that DeWeese is out on bail.
Former State Rep. DeWeese Reports To Prison Accompanied by his girlfriend, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese, of Waynesburg, reported to the Dauphin County Prison.
Convicted State Rep. Files Petitions To Run For Re-ElectionConvicted of five felony counts, PA Rep. Bill DeWeese has filed petitions to run for another two-year term in the state House of Representatives.
DeWeese Found Guilty On All But 1 Count In Political Corruption CaseJurors have reached a verdict in the political corruption trial of State Rep. Bill DeWeese of Greene County. A Dauphin County jury found DeWeese guilty of five of six counts of theft, criminal conspiracy, and conflict of interest.
Jury Deliberates Fate Of PA Rep. Bill DeWeeseThe fate of Pennsylvania Representative Bill DeWeese is now in the hands of a jury of seven women and five men.
Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of State Rep. Bill DeWeeseSince 1976, State Rep. Bill DeWeese has been elected and re-elected by voters in his southwestern Pennsylvania district 18 times. But now his future is in the hands of a Dauphin County jury, not the voters.