Courtroom upholds Ed Pawlowski's conviction

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – There was a serious setback in courtroom Friday for former Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski.

A federal appeals courtroom upheld the convictions of Palowski and his co-defendant Scott Allinson.

The courtroom dominated that Pawlowski should proceed to serve his 15-year jail sentence.

Allinson, who was launched in the course of the attraction, might quickly return to jail to serve the rest of his 27-month sentence.

Pawlowski and Allinson had been convicted 4 years in the past in a corruption trial. The jury discovered Pawlowski lied to federal investigators and traded metropolis contracts for marketing campaign donations.

Pawlowski was convicted of dozens of offenses.

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