New York – New York City’s Department of Correction watchdog was relieved of his investigative duties on Monday after he was accused of directing surveillance of telephone calls by informants about the city’s troubled Rikers Island jail complex.
A young woman got a cruel form of punishment when her probation officer showed up at her Manhattan apartment – and dropped his pants.
A corruption sting that led to headlines and the indictments of 50 city officials and the business people who bribed them has resulted in only a handful of prison sentences.
Brooklyn, NY – National Grid Employees, Landlords Charged For Illegal Gas Meter Operation In Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY – Seven Defendants, including National Grid Employees, Charged with Enterprise Corruption for Operating Shadow Utility Company that Illegally Installed Gas Meters in Violation of Safety Protocols
Brooklyn, NY – Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Mark G. Peters, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (“DOI”), announced today the filing of criminal charges against six defendants for participating in long-running schemes to hide substantial assets and income obtained from significant business…
New York – The New York State Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman has waded into the controversial, potential sale of two more nursing homes to a company already caught up in one of the ongoing probes into Mayor de Blasio and his administration.
Brooklyn, NY – Serious legal issues are said to be looming for former Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, with sources reporting that a probe of the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office may result in indictments within the next few days.
New York, NY – Claims by Mayor Bill de Blasio that he was completely in the dark about the hugely criticized dealings involving a Lower East Side nursing home are ringing hollow as word emerges that members of his administration desperately tried to undo a mistake that lifted a deed restriction on the property, allowing…
The feds have reportedly expanded their probe into Mayor de Blasio’s shady fund-raising and are now looking into the campaign cash of Democrats who ran for the state Senate in 2014.
The commissioner of the city’s Department of Investigation has recused himself in the ongoing probe of Mayor de Blasio’s campaign fund-raising because of his previous role as the mayor’s campaign treasurer.