Judge tosses lawyer’s suit against credit card company

By Shannon P. Duffy © The Delaware County Daily Times, Pennsylvania — PHILADELPHIA — A blind lawyer from Broomall, who claims a prostitute racked up more than $14,000 in fake charges on his Discover credit card, has vowed to appeal now that a federal judge has tossed out his lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Edmund V. Ludwig ruled that because the hiring of a prostitute is an illegal act in Pennsylvania, the lawyer’s decision to pay the prostitute with his credit card had effectively voided the credit-card agreement. In the suit, attorney John F. Peoples, 60, testified that he hired the prostitute nearly two dozen times in 2007 and that she told him her fee was $275…. READ ARTICLE

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