Federal court documents and testimony indicate the owner of a couple of truck driving schools bribed more state drivers examiners than first reported and they might have let at least 70 people get truck driving licenses without meeting state qualifications. The federal prosecutor says Adil Alagic used gifts, favors, food, and cash to bribe three examiners. Alagic has pleaded not guilty to a bribery charge. None of the examiners has been charged, although one has told investigators he sold regular commercial driving licenses for $500, and regular licenses for $200. He said he made about $25,000.
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