There was a time in Philadelphia when the term “roofer’s union” was synonymous with corruption.

It was the late 1980s, and the city’s legal community was rocked by a major judicial scandal as more than two dozen judges were implicated in a massive bribery scheme in which Roofer’s Union officials doled out envelopes of cash as Christmas gifts.

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