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Chief Public Defender Adds Judge’s Son To Work Schedule Before He Has Even Been Hired

Beaver County’s Chief Public Defender has added the name of a judge’s son to his office’s work schedule before the man has even been officially hired by the county, the Beaver Countian has learned. Chief Public Defender Paul Steff had attorney Edward “Ted” Knafelc’s name added to the office’s work schedule beginning August 15th. Ted…

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