Apparently that has also left Pennsylvania with six figures worth of expenses.
According to Brad Bumsted of the Tribune-Review, the Attorney General is using outside law firms to defend herself against various lawsuits. Their services, though, are being billed to the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the tune of $252,000.
Additionally, it doesn’t appear that Kane is concerned that using state-paid lawyers to represent her would be a conflict of interest, as she did just that in one seven of the cases.
The $252K went to the Philadelphia firm Littler Mendelson.
Kane’s spokesman stated that the AG is still using her own money to pay for her defense in the criminal case against her.