A notarized letter granting a son permission to take his father’s artwork valued at more than $20 million could play a major role in a criminal case.
An Erie notary and councilman-elect for Erie County’s 6th District, was arrested on Dec. 17 on charges of driving with a suspended license, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. It was his fifth arrest for driving with a suspended license.
An Associated Press article grabbing attention across the country cites Pennsylvania as having provisions in its state law that bans atheists from holding office, including the office of notary public.
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