NYC DA Moves To Expunge 60 Criminal Cases Linked To Corrupt Detectives
It's part of a review by Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz involving three former NYPD detectives who were convicted of crimes or misconduct.
In New York there is a push to toss out 60 criminal cases. All of them relied on work by three former New York Police Department detectives who were later convicted of perjury, sexual assault or official misconduct.
It's part of District Attorney Melinda Katz's move to review cases that involved police officers who had committed crimes or workplace misconduct and who had served as "essential witnesses" in Queens prosecution.
White powder found in parcel addressed to Manhattan DA's office
Police say a package with white powder was located in the mail room for the building that includes Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's office.
20-year-old founder of 'major hacking forum' arrested
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4 ex-cops charged in Tyre Nichols' death barred from law enforcement
The Peace Officer Standards & Training Commission decertified three officers and approved a fourth officer's decision to surrender his certification.
US, Canada end loophole that let asylum-seekers cross border
Authorities from both sides have been eager to end the process that allowed immigrants to pursue asylum cases without using official crossings.
FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
The FAA is changing some practices due to recent runway incursion events, and addressing possible effects of staffing shortages.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
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