Staten Island Dog Abuse Trial

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. –- A Staten Island justice on Tuesday convicted Alsu Ivanchenko of animal-cruelty charges for badly injuring her tiny 3-month-old puppy last year and tossing the animal away in a bag by the railroad tracks in her community. In a case that galvanized animal-rights activists, state Supreme Court Justice William E. Garnett
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Doctor acquitted in Federal Insurance Fraud Trial

Newsday: Doctor Acquitted at Federal Trial in $275m Insurance Fraud; Trial Co-Counsel: Matthew Myers Joseph Vitoulis, a doctor from Valley Stream named in a widely publicized 2012 indictment about a $275 million scheme to defraud no-fault auto insurers, has been acquitted of all charges in federal court in Manhattan. Vitoulis, 44, was accused
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Trial of client in police shooting case

Pot dealer who shot at cops near Manhattan housing project Luis Martinez, 26, faces 25 years to life for firing three times at cops during the February 2012 shootout with uniformed cops near the Baruch Houses on the Lower East Side. BY BARBARA ROSS , SHAYNA JACOBS NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, January 31, 2014 JEFFERSON SIEGEL/NEW YORK
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Testimony in Boston Bomb Trial Focuses on Backpack

New York Times - July 08, 2014 BOSTON — An F.B.I. agent told a federal court here on Tuesday that Azamat Tazhayakov, a college friend of the surviving Boston bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, agreed that a backpack found in Mr. Tsarnaev’s dorm room in the days after the bombing should be thrown away. It was the second day of the
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Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP