Pennsylvania's attorney general yesterday charged a state Supreme Court justice with a series of drug-related felonies, but declined to discuss a related investigation into influence peddling by a bond firm in the state.

Ernest D. Preate Jr., the state attorney general, charged Justice Rolf Larsen with illegally using court employees to obtain prescription tranquilizers over the past 10 years.

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