TL: But Reilly doesn’t want to receive a pay check for nothing, according to his attorney, Mike Butera....“He doesn’t want to take the pay without working,” said Butera. “We’re hoping he can take leave as clerk of courts and do other clerical work in the office so he can earn his pay.”
Reilly, 57, of Wilkes-Barre, won’t resign because he is maintaining his innocence, Butera said.
“He is not guilty of the charge they have accused him of,” Butera said.
He is no longer listed as a salesman on the used car company website so he needs something to do. I hope one of these cases finally goes to trial. His accuser is Barton Weidlich who has also been indicted for threatening a witness and is a convicted felon.
Mike Sesak has a brief bio of WeidlichIncarcerated businessman had access at courthouse