April 18, 2017

Todd Walters, an Indiana, PA resident, is charged with one count each of criminal homicide and aggravated assault in the Feb. 20, 2015, death of Shirey Walters, a former dean at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, in their home along Diamond Avenue in Indiana.

Dr. Clarence Watson, J.D., M.D., a forensic psychiatrist, testified that Todd Walters, 38 years of age, has severe paranoid schizophrenia and has believed for two years that his mother, Ruth Shirey, is still alive and taking part in a conspiracy against him.

President Judge William Martin in the Common Pleas Court of Indiana County denied the dismissal of the criminal charges in the case b...

April 13, 2017

In what was a major public relations spectacle for the United States Attorney's Office for the Western District of Pennsylvania, the IRS and FBI took down one of the largest identify fraud schemes in America in 2014. A large conspiracy that consisted of upwards of a dozen Nigerian-Americans involved the obtaining of stolen identities of U.S. citizens through the NY Dept. of Human Services and other nefarious means on the dark web. They used these identities to open various bank accounts across the U.S. and subsequently filing false tax returns to be deposited to said accounts. The U.S. Government estimates the losses to the Government to be around $64...

April 6, 2017

Attorney Ambrose represented Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong in her first trial for the murder of her boyfriend in 1984. This would be the first of at least three murders she had committed - one of which was the infamous "Pizza Bomber Murder" where she strapped a home-made bomb to a pizza delivery man and forced him to rob a bank. The bomb subsequently detonated when the police arrived on the scene. 

Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong "suffered from mental illness, as did Robert Thomas, the boyfriend Diehl-Armstrong shot to death in 1984. Her bipolar disorder became an issue in that case as her prosecution was delayed for years until she was found mentally competent to...

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