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Attorney Scott Westcott of Pittsburgh; convict

The state of Pennsylvania provided Scott Alan Westcott with a law license in 1991.
Scotty pleaded guilty to the following crimes:
  1. One count of making a false statement to law enforcement
  2. One count of forgery
  3. One count of tampering with records
  4. Two counts of escape
  5. One count of criminal trespass
  6. One count of criminal mischief
Subsequently, Scotty was sentenced to one to four years in prison, followed by seven years of probation.
The forgery conviction involved Scotty forging the signature of Judge Robert Gallo to an court order that would have allowed an increase in the hours of his daily work schedule.
Scotty also has at least two criminal convictions for driving under the influence and one for driving on a suspended license, which resulted in him receiving two complimentary reprimands from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
As a consequence of his multiple criminal convictions, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court punished Scotty by gifting him with a five-year suspension of his law license beginning in June 2002. The comedians on the Court reinstated Scotty the Criminal’s law license in November 2009.
It must be comforting to the folks living in Pittsburgh to know that there is yet another criminal with a law license operating in their area thanks to the buffoons sitting on the Supreme Court.
As we speak (ca. July 2012) Scott practices with the Westcott Law firm at 428 Forbes Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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