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CAR STOPS – “Failure To Signal” new predicate for car stops

Any criminal practitioner in recent years has seen a proliferation of the latest "catch all" predicate police allege for making a car stop: the defendant failed to signal.  It is a clever predicate in that, unlike the allegation of mechanical issues such as a broken tail light, it is nearly impossible to disprove. Moreover, in light  of the
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Boxer Edgar Santana Busted

Pro Boxer Edgar Santana Busted As Part Of Alleged Major Cocaine Ring By Teri Thompson, Michael O'Keeffe And Nathaniel Vinton Daily News Sports Writers Updated Friday, July 18th 2008, 4:58 PM (Originally published on July 18 at 10:12 a.m.) Edgar Santana, the junior welterweight boxer often billed as "The Pride of Spanish Harlem," was
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Film Distributor Fraud Charges

Manhattan Film Distributor Charged In Fraud By Anemona Hartocollis (NYT) A small independent film distributor has been indicted for defrauding at least 22 people  of $3.9 million over seven year, the Manhattan District Attorney said yesterday. The film distributor, Alexis Quinlan, 46, President of Offline Releasing told investors he needed
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Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP