Baltimore - This is a story we have been covering for months --a major hearing against an Annapolis man accused in a massive paving scam.
This was rare.
Our camera was allowed into the courtroom to watch this hearing.
The only trouble was Tommy Clack was not here. The hearing was brought on by the Attorney Generals office.
The agency claims Clack was operating a paving business without a license for 284 days in Maryland.
He allegedly offered no estimates or lowball estimates.
The state says at least 16 people were hit in Clacks scheme, with some charged as much as 20 to 30 thousand bucks. The case against Clack moves on without him and the Judge will hear the case and issue a proposed decision in the future.
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