District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said during a press conference that the defendants bribed a New York City Criminal Justice Agency employee to identify and steer wealthy, low-level arrestees who could become clients, promising them shorter arraignment times.
- Circuit Upholds Rejection of EEOC's Gender Pay Lawsuit
- Judge Upholds Suspensions Over Threatening Student Texts
- Restitution Bid Fails in Wire Fraud Involving Kyrgyzstan
- Madoff Son Was Under Investigation Until His Death
- Immigrant's Concession Was Admissible, Circuit Holds
- Grooveshark Streaming Case Challenges Safe Harbor Rulings
Dennis Bradford, Individually and as the Natural Parent of C.B., and Infant; and Judy Lee Bradford, Individually and as the Natural Parent of C.B., and Infant, Plaintiffs v. Norwich City Sch. Dist.; and Gerard O'Sullivan, Superintendent, Defendants, 3:12-CV-1888 (GTS/DEP)
Judge Upholds Suspensions Over Threatening Student Texts
Restitution Bid Fails in Wire Fraud Involving Kyrgyzstan
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