A Bucks County man who was charged in a massive insurance fraud scheme is suing the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.
Carl Risoldi was employed there in marketing and PR.
He was suspended and eventually terminated after he had been charged with forgery and other offenses. The charges have since been dropped.
Carl Risoldi claims he was not given due process. He is seeking monetary damages.
He pleaded guilty earlier this year to three misdemeanor charges in the fraud case.
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