Despite high number of Federal prosecutions of Queens officials, political influence over Courts remains unmoved

Despite high number of Federal prosecutions of Queens officials, political influence over Courts remains unmoved

Queens County was tied for second-highest in the number of public corruption prosecutions brought by Manhattan Federal prosecutors during the term of former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. That scrutiny changed nothing about allegations of the political influence of the courts.

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Federal and Municipal prosecutors tight-lipped after exposé of Queens law firm

Federal and Municipal prosecutors tight-lipped after exposé of Queens law firm

The offices of Acting U.S. Attorney Bridget Rohde and Queens District Attorney Richard Brown are keeping mum after an exposé raised questions about the influence of one politically-connected Queens law firm, Sweeney, Reich & Bolz, LLP.

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Man, who ran over and killed toddler Allison Liao, has driver's license suspended

Man, who ran over and killed toddler Allison Liao, has driver's license suspended

An administrative law judge suspended the driver's license of Ahmad Abu-Zayedeh, who ran over and killed three-year-old Allison Liao in Flushing, Queens, in 2013, but Vision Zero reforms have yet to come to large parts of Queens.

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DSCC questions about Parkside continue, but Queens DA remains silent

DSCC questions about Parkside continue, but Queens DA remains silent

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown remains mum as another news report shows that The Parkside Group was regarded as the preferred campaign vendor for the New York State Democratic Senate Campaign Committee.

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