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Court won't revive state fraud charges against Manafort

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Court won't revive state fraud charges against Manafort

"And Appeals court in New York has sided with President Trump's former campaign manager and upheld the decision to dismiss the fraud charges against him. In a brief ruling, the appellate division said a lower court correctly dismissed criminal charges against Paul Manafort on double jeopardy grounds. The decision, said the federal charges Manafort was previously convicted of involved the same fraud on the same victims, as charged in New York. Manhattan District attorney's office believes it's prosecution is valid because there are unique elements and harms the D A's office said it's considering now whether to bring the case to the Court of Appeals, the state's highest court. Manafort is serving his federal prison sentence at home due to Corona

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White Woman in New York City Confrontation With Black Birdwatcher Made False Assault Charge: DA

Midday News

01:01 min | Last week

White Woman in New York City Confrontation With Black Birdwatcher Made False Assault Charge: DA

"Behavior went viral after it was caught on camera. She has been charged with false reporting charges has been to court and we're learning more about what Amy Cooper allegedly did after that incident in the park. WCBS reporter Steve Burns here to round it all up. Video shot on Memorial Day in Central Park. Amy Cooper is seen putting her finger in front of the camera, dragging her dog along with her and calling the police to tell them an African American man is threatening her. Cooper's now being charged after the Manhattan district attorney's office on Earth, a second call in which they say she falsely claimed she's being assaulted. Cooper was arraigned on one count of filing a false report carries a maximum sentence of a year behind bars. Prosecutors told the judge. They're working on a deal to allow Cooper to avoid jail time in which she'd admit her wrongdoings in court and take part in an educational and rehabilitation program. The man who filmed her burger Christian Cooper, no relation, had refused to cooperate in the DA's investigation. Saying Amy Cooper had already suffered enough.

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last month

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

"The legal battle over President Trump's tax returns grinds on in court After hearing arguments from President Trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office, a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of Trump's tax returns. Whatever the three judge panel decides the case is likely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved. Before the November election trumps lawyers appealed to the second U. S Circuit Court of Appeals after a district Or judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:49 min | Last month

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the 3 judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:49 min | Last month

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the 3 judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:49 min | Last month

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the 3 judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Trump must turn over tax returns to NY prosecutors, judge rules

All Things Considered

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Trump must turn over tax returns to NY prosecutors, judge rules

"Donald Trump's attempt to quash the subpoena for his tax returns more from NPR's Mara Liasson. The judge's ruling was part of an investigation into hush payments to women who alleged affairs, which Trump Long has denied the tax returns were subpoenaed by the Manhattan district attorney's office, but not to trump directly. Instead, the Manhattan D a. Cyrus Vance had subpoenaed trumps accounting for maize ours for eight years worth of the president's personal and business tax returns. Today. The president said the subpoena was part quote of the most hideous witch hunt in the history of our country and said he'd take the case back to the Supreme Court. Mara Liasson. NPR NEWS House

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Judge rejects Trump's 2nd attempt to block subpoena of his tax returns

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Judge rejects Trump's 2nd attempt to block subpoena of his tax returns

"The breach. A federal judge is rejecting President Trump's attempt to wash a subpoena for his tax returns. We have the latest from NPR's Mara Liasson. The judge's ruling was part of an investigation into hush payments to women who alleged affairs, which Trump Long has denied the tax returns were subpoenaed by the Manhattan district attorney's office, but not to trump directly. Instead, the Manhattan D. A. Cyrus Vance had subpoenaed trumps accounting for maize ours. For eight years worth of the president's personal and business tax returns today. The president said the subpoena was part quote of the most hideous witch hunt in the history of our country and said he'd take the case back to the Supreme Court. Mara Liasson

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Judge rejects Trump's 2nd attempt to block subpoena of his tax returns

Markley and Van Camp

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Judge rejects Trump's 2nd attempt to block subpoena of his tax returns

"Terrible judge in New York has rejected the president's latest effort to shield his tax returns and other financial documents. The president has lost his nearly yearlong effort to fend off the Manhattan district attorney's office. It also rejected the president's complaint that the grand jury subpoena was overly broad and issued in bad faith trumps personal attorney J. Secular O says this matter is not over. He plans to file a motion for a stay as well as a notice

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Deutsche Bank turned over Trump financial documents to New York prosecutors

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:31 min | 2 months ago

Deutsche Bank turned over Trump financial documents to New York prosecutors

"More trouble for the president another scandal that has dogged him actually now for most of his first term, here's the headline in the Times tonight quote trump's bank was subpoenaed by New York prosecutors in criminal inquiry. Here's the nut graph of that story. Here's how it starts the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, which means state prosecutors in New York state issued the subpoena last year to Deutsche Bank, which has been Mr trump's primary lender. Since the late nineteen nineties, they are seeking financial records that he and his company provided to your bank according to people familiar with the inquiry because of. Its long-standing and multifaceted relationship with trump Deutsche Bank has been a frequent target of regulators and lawmakers digging into the president's opaque finances but the subpoena from the Office of the District Attorney appears to be the first instance of a criminal inquiry involving trump and his dealings with Deutsche to lent him in and his company more than two billion dollars over the past two decades. Here's the amazing part the part that was the sort of draw jaw-dropping reveal in this story. Quote deutschebank complied with the subpoena. Out over a period of months last year, the bank provided the prosecutor's office with detailed records including financial statements and other materials that Mr Trump provided to the bank as he sought loans according to two of the people familiar with the inquiry. The subpoena to Georgia banks saw documents on various topics related to Mr Trump and his company including any materials that might point to possible fraud according to people briefed on the subpoenas contents. The bank's cooperation with the prosecutor's office is significant because other investigations that have sought trump's financial records have been stymied by legal challenges from the president and his family. This criminal investigation from New York prosecutors initially appeared to be focused on hush money payments made in two thousand sixteen to two women who said they had affairs with Mr Trump. But in a court filing this week prosecutors in the district attorney's office cited public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the trump organization and suggested they were also investigating possible crimes involving bank fraud. And Insurance Fraud. So. To be clear, this is a big deal that the New York Times is reporting tonight this is not about the subpoenas for the president's financial and tax information that were litigated up to the supreme. Court are now kicking around in the lower lower courts by the present, his lawyers seek to delay compliance with these subpoenas. What this is about is a subpoena of Deutsche Bank. which has loaned two billion dollars mysteriously to the president over his recent business career. Subpoenas to Deutsche, bank related to their dealings with the president, and these are not subpoenas that the president has successfully fended off in these tied up in court. This is a subpoena to Deutsche Bank the bank has complied with. And they have handed over all of this trump related documentation to state prosecutors were apparently pursuing a multifaceted criminal investigation of the president and his business an investigation that is not bound by the Justice Department's Ninety Day rule such as it is nor are they bound by the Justice Department's rules prohibiting the indictment of a sitting president because those rules are federal rules and these are state prosecutors? Prosecutors not answerable to attorney general the embar. Not only is it news that they are pursuing this stuff in the way that they are it is big news that in pursuing this information about the president, they got it they got their hands on this stuff from Deutsche Bank. Who Knew.

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Trump’s Bank Was Subpoenaed by New York Prosecutors in Criminal Inquiry

John Rothmann

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Trump’s Bank Was Subpoenaed by New York Prosecutors in Criminal Inquiry

"There's no sense to continue. Linda Kenyan Washington. There's a new report that prosecutors in Manhattan subpoena Deutschebank last year in connection with an inquiry into President Trump's business. The New York Times reports a court filing by prosecutors, this weak sighted public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization. Time said. The Manhattan district attorney's office. Filing further suggested that prosecutors were also

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Trump investigation goes beyond hush money to alleged mistresses, Manhattan DA suggests

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Trump investigation goes beyond hush money to alleged mistresses, Manhattan DA suggests

"Manhattan district attorney's office investigation into President Trump and his company seems to be a larger in scope than previously thought. A new court filing today indicates the prosecutors may be looking at the possible bank and insurance fraud. And not just if hush money was paid for women who allegedly had affairs with the president. In fact, Cyrus Vance sites what he says could be extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization. The case is back in court after the Supreme Court rejected the president's argument that he was immune from prosecution while in office prosecutor's a fighting to get close to a decade of personal and corporate tax rate. There's a tax records that is As part of their

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KOMO

"Time brought to you by WS CCU coming up. It's 7 50 money matters with WCC use. Briana Mickelson. Simple things you can do to make your dollars go further. And here's the forecast. Cloudy skies, a few scattered showers and high today, about 70 degrees will clear out though for tomorrow mostly sunny and 72 Saturday looks like a sunny day with the temperature's a little warmer around 75. But looks like the clouds and the rain may return on Sunday, right now in downtown Seattle. Some showers here and there. It's 59. Stay connected. Stay informed The coma Morning News powered by the world class positions at Holy orthe. Oh, it's 7 46 right now. The co Mo Morning News drag her Shelton Manda factor here, along with Frank Lindsay at the editor's desk. Developing news from the nation's high court. On the last day of opinions this term, the Supreme Court ruled the Manhattan district attorney's office can subpoena President Trump's tax returns. We begin with a B. C's Aaron Kozarsky. The Supreme Court in a seven to decision allowed the Manhattan district attorney's office to obtain eight years worth of President Trump's personal and business tax returns as part of an investigation into hush payments made to women. A majority opinion written by Chief Justice, Roberts said. The court cannot conclude that absolute immunity is necessary or appropriate under Article two or the supremacy clause as attorneys for the president had argued. Notably the two justices appointed by President Trump. Justices. Gorsuch and Cavanaugh sided with the majority. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News New York, The Manhattan district attorney side. Vance calls this a tremendous victory for the rule of law and says the investigation.

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Supreme Court considers whether Trump's tax returns should be released

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Supreme Court considers whether Trump's tax returns should be released

"The Supreme Court heard arguments today and three landmark cases that'll determine whether president trump has to turn over his tax returns congressional committees and the Manhattan district attorney's office have issued subpoenas for them the president's attorneys have argued he has immunity from criminal investigations while in office the justices are expected to rule on this this coming

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Weinstein's prison sentence should reflect 'lifetime of abuse': prosecutors

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Weinstein's prison sentence should reflect 'lifetime of abuse': prosecutors

"Week the Manhattan district attorney's office said Harvey Weinstein deserves a lengthy prison sentence following his rape and forcible sex act convictions Weinstein faces up to twenty nine years in prison when he's sentenced next week and prosecutors said it would be totally appropriate for the judge to demonstrate that sexual assault is a serious offense worthy of a lengthy prison sentence the recommendation letter to the judge included dozens of bad axe Weinstein allegedly committed going back

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Weinstein's prison sentence should reflect 'lifetime of abuse': prosecutors

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Weinstein's prison sentence should reflect 'lifetime of abuse': prosecutors

"Prosecutors in New York recommending a stiff sentence for Harvey Weinstein the Manhattan district attorney's office said Harvey Weinstein deserves a lengthy prison sentence following his rape and forcible sex act convictions Weinstein faces up to twenty nine years in prison when he's sentenced next week and prosecutors said it would be totally appropriate for the judge to demonstrate that sexual assault is a serious offense worthy of a lengthy

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Malcolm X assassination case may be reopened after Netflix documentary

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Malcolm X assassination case may be reopened after Netflix documentary

"The Netflix documentary series on the assassination of Malcolm X. is raising enough questions at the case is going to be re investigated the Manhattan district attorney's office says it would review the case after new information came to light following the documentary they're working with the innocence project to exonerate the three men who were allegedly wrongly

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Federal Judge in New York has dismissed state charges against President Trump's former campaign chairman on the grounds of double jeopardy. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Paul Manafort is currently serving a seven and a half year prison sentence on federal crimes. Judge dismissed miss. The case after Manafort's attorneys argued that his indictment illegally subjected him to being prosecuted for the same crime twice the Manhattan district. Attorney's office had charged Manafort with falsifying business records to obtain millions of dollars in loans. Shortly after he was sentenced on federal crimes in March. The judge's which is decision is illegal blow to New York prosecutors who had wanted to ensure that manafort would still face prison time. Even if President trump pardons him on a federal level. MANAFORT is nine months into a seven and a half year sentence on tax and bank fraud charges stemming from work. He did as a consultant in

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New York charges against Paul Manafort dismissed by judge

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

New York charges against Paul Manafort dismissed by judge

"Federal Judge in New York has dismissed state charges against President Trump's former campaign chairman on the grounds of double jeopardy. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Paul Manafort is currently serving a seven and a half year prison sentence on federal crimes. Judge dismissed miss. The case after Manafort's attorneys argued that his indictment illegally subjected him to being prosecuted for the same crime twice the Manhattan district. Attorney's office had charged Manafort with falsifying business records to obtain millions of dollars in loans. Shortly after he was sentenced on federal crimes in March. The judge's which is decision is illegal blow to New York prosecutors who had wanted to ensure that manafort would still face prison time. Even if President trump pardons him on a federal level. MANAFORT is nine months into a seven and a half year sentence on tax and bank fraud charges stemming from work. He did as a consultant in

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New York fraud charges against Paul Manafort, ex-Trump campaign chairman, dismissed by judge

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

New York fraud charges against Paul Manafort, ex-Trump campaign chairman, dismissed by judge

"Federal Judge in New York has dismissed state charges against President Trump's former campaign chairman on the grounds of double jeopardy. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Paul Manafort is currently serving a seven and a half year prison sentence on federal crimes. Judge dismissed miss. The case after Manafort's attorneys argued that his indictment illegally subjected him to being prosecuted for the same crime twice the Manhattan district. Attorney's office had charged Manafort with falsifying business records to obtain millions of dollars in loans. Shortly after he was sentenced on federal crimes in March. The judge's which is decision is illegal blow to New York prosecutors who had wanted to ensure that manafort would still face prison time. Even if President trump pardons him on a federal level. MANAFORT is nine months into a seven and a half year sentence on tax and bank fraud charges stemming from work. He did as a consultant in

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Surveillance from listeners worldwide will live on Bloomberg radio two hours away from the opening bell the news you need to know this hour the US and China taking steps to ease trade tensions president trump postponing extra tariffs on Chinese goods by two weeks at the same time Bloomberg news is that China is considering whether to renew imports of US farm goods that led to a strong the when and how you S. equity futures of a night right now with singolo treasury yields a weaker dollar and a drop in crude prices fifteen minutes from now around about the European central bank issue in his life his policy decision bond and currency markets looking for a cop to the deposit right and would on the new bond buying package we'll bring you that decision in a round about fourteen minutes followed by a news conference from president rocky and around about eight thirty eastern time right here on Bloomberg radio so the stories we'll be covering through the next couple of hours and announce off some headlines from around the world with a good morning to Michael thank you very much Jonathan thank you job former personal attorney for president trump Michael Cohen has agreed to provide information about the trump organization to New York City prosecutors that's according to a report from NBC going met with representatives of the Manhattan district attorney's office last month president trump announced that a plan is in the works to remove flavored E. cigarette products from the market experts are still unsure as to what exactly is causing the recent spike in respiratory illness seen in he said users doctor Catherine melamed has seen some of these cases first tent we see that often with street drugs as well they can be cut with other sorts of chemicals to either make them more potent or make them less expensive and that often comes along with a lot of ill effects and side effects. the third democratic primary debate takes place tonight in Houston it will be the first time the top ten candidates will appear on the same debate stage Bloomberg will carry tonight's debate live at eight PM Wall Street time global news twenty four hours a day all on Aaron it to talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries on Michael bar this is Bloomberg Jonathan mark about thank you Serra time after the second BC school support by Burton accountants and advisors is John session with John's restrain season for the Mets they seemed out of it and then they went fifteen and want to get back and then they lost six straight all at home and look like their playoff hopes were gone but now they're still in the hunt second night in a row where they got help from the Padres who beat the cubs in the mess with a nine nothing right of Arizona only two games behind for a wildcard playoffs one city feel a five run first inning Todd Frazier branded them with back to back home runs Frasier later home again Jeff McNeil also hate to Stephen mascot is ten when this afternoon does the Mexico for a four game sweep the Yankees will play a double header in Detroit last night's game rained out yanks about so many injuries almost all involving players who have come back or still hope to but center fielder Aaron Hicks done for the year elbow injury at the back problem earlier Hicks ended up playing only fifty nine games with Mike talk when season also over yanks are thin in the outfield any Giancarlo Stanton the returnees expected by next week second general jet white out quinceaneras season ends with a neck injury Sam Donald has strep throat is an extra day to recover the jets host be the Monday night giants those buffalo Sunday they hope to have white at sterling Shepard he's in concussion protocol with Bloomberg NBC sports update I'm John John hi John thank you John Nash unable to support you have the new city price section features still positive on the S. and P. five hundred still off the highs but still up by read about five points on the S. and paid with positive a little more than a tenth of one percent going into the ECB right decision eleven minutes and change a wide the you arrive stronger by tenth of one percent against the dollar euro dollar that currency pair of one ten twenty four and in the bond market after a big rebound off the lows go. and at the back end of August into the early part of September treasury it's getting back up to one seventy two data bases points on the session. in New York a most important day coming up the ECB decision and then the press conference John for on time came to drive the news the market reaction to you the.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Positions and three the Manhattan District attorney's office dropped one of the three sexual assault cases against movie producer, Harvey Weinstein. WCBS is Marla dime. Was covering the story today. She talked about it all with anchor Michael Wallace on the afternoon roundup. The DA decided to drop the sixth and final count of the indictment against Harvey Weinstein. This is regarding with Sierra Evans claims of sexual assault. Emails had surfaced after the grand jury indictment suggesting that the two thousand four encounter. She had with Weinstein. What's consensual more learning more from a letter that was made public in at the Manhattan. DA's office told Harvey Weinstein's attorney Ben Brachman that a police detective couch to witness to stay silence that evidence the cast doubt on Evans rape. Claim the witnesses a woman who was with Evans on the night back in two thousand and four when the Dan aspiring actress said that Weinstein had forced her to perform a sex act in exchange for an acting job. But Evans later said the sex was consensual the detective allegedly asked her to keep quiet about that. Neither evidence nor several emails which showed a years long affair with Weinstein were presented to the grand jury could Evans potentially be in trouble here with these allegations. Well, Ben Braff suggested that she perjured herself before the grand jury. And he urged the DA to go after her from lying to the grand jury, and he says he will seek to have the entire indictment thrown out. Now, her attorney Cary Goldberg says the Manhattan District Attorney put Evans through months of needless torture and exposure to make the case against Weinstein, and she said the decision of the not to challenge the defense request to have the count. Dismiss speaks volumes about Sivan's mishandling of Evans claimed. She says he has a history of dismissing claims against Harvey Weinstein pointing to I twenty fifteen sexual assault allegation and case that was eventually thrown out. CBS news time ten forty eight. Traffic.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The Manhattan District attorney's office has dropped part of the sexual assault. Case against Harvey Weinstein. He's now left the court new evidence indicates that sex with one of his accusers may have been consensual. Here's his defense. Attorney Ben Brachman. This is about a proof that a witness who came forward committed perjury in the grand jury and the district attorney's office to its credit has decided to dismiss this indictment. Lucia Evans had claimed that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex, but newly discovered writings indicate it may have been consensual hurricane. Michael tore through the Florida panhandle yesterday, leaving a path of destruction. Now FEMA is on the ground with FEMA right now, our focus is searching rescue getting access to the areas that have been hardest hit and search and rescue FEMA administrator bronc long. He says they've been mobilizing to handle as many devastated areas as possible and there's plenty of damage damage this morning as we lost. Now, almost twenty blocks is never ending. Eagles belongings votes on top of homes real read into condo buildings and it goes inland. It doesn't just stop right. As a coast. That's correspondent ginger Zee is President Trump ready to get rid of attorney general Jeff Sessions Washington Post reports Trump has been talking to the Justice department staff about possibly replacing him. He was asked about it on Fox News this morning. Not doing anything. I want to get the elections with. We'll see what happens today. The president will be meeting with Konya west is in trouble have lunch at the White House today with Konya west on the agenda manufacturing prison reform, preventing dang violence. And specifically what can be done to stop violence in west hometown of Chicago president's been eager to tout west recent public support. He loves what we're doing for African American jobs. The rap artists will also meet with the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Family of Rockland county man, accused of plotting to blow himself up on election day says they're relieved he was stopped. Paul Rosenfeld allegedly built a two hundred pound bomb in the basement of his home into pan plan to use it in Washington DC, his father, Peter Rosenfeld tells the journal news, they're grateful the FBI stopped him before anyone was harmed. There's growing danger for people who lived and worked near ground zero after the nine eleven attacks and increasing number of men are coming down. With breast cancer from fifteen to thirty in the last month. According to Michael Barish at the law firm, representing them nationwide men account for just one percent of breast cancer cases, barriers also represents five hundred women with breast cancer who lived or worked in the area and urges anyone who believes they may have been exposed to the deadly toxins downtown after nine eleven to get tested Alice. Stockton Rosellini seven ten and it could be the end for Sears. It looks like they're headed for bankruptcy. Sears holdings Corp has a Monday deadline to pay off a one hundred and thirty four million dollar debt. Leading many to wonder if the operator of Sears KMart stores could be on the verge of bankruptcy. Honestly, I thought Sears would be gone to three years ago. David plyer is co CEO of retail. I Corp which builds store environments, Sears has diversified all of their brands between craftsman craftsman just about anywhere now kenmore's going that way as well. There's no real reason.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"Titians over the years, and we've seen them come out of jurisdictions all over the country, Texas, Louisiana, and Missouri, Missouri silently, but we're dealing here with the Manhattan District attorney's office this for whatever history you can point to from prosecutions of Dominic Strauss Kahn and whatever else. This is an office that moves methodically moves on cautiously, they're not gonna jump out and do something that is reckless that's not in lockstep with the federal government. I can assure you that they are coordinating this somehow with the federal government with the Muller team. It's not say they're taking direction. They're dual sovereigns. So the New York state laws or separate and you can be tried on both. And the fact is you're absolutely right. There is no guidance. Ideal j has guidance about not indicting a sitting president, but New York state doesn't have that guy since never come up. That said, my guess is that they're not jumping the gun on this and they're going to do something methodical, the New York state laws though are pretty weak on this. So when we think about what, what is it that potentially could be a New York state law. Law there. Two buckets. One is tax laws, which is something that the New York state attorney general Barbara Underwood is looking into and the other it appears is falsifying business records, which is what the Manhattan District Attorney would be looking into, which really deal with the way that the the payments were invoiced to. The Trump was serious offenses at because the argument right, be this was a campaign service to the campaign. It wasn't illegal fee wasn't really doing legal work for it wasn't really a business expense for the Trump organization, right? But it's it's, you know, thirty thirty five thousand dollar increments once a month. That's that's designate as a legal fee. I'm gonna give you a lawyer's answer to the question, which is it's both minor and major at the same time. It's minor because it it's barely a felony. It could be an e felony. I, it's something that is about as minor as possible. But if it winds up being a felony for an organization like the Trump organization, which does a lot of business with the city and has other major contracts, it could kill it. And so corporate criminal liability felony could be the death knell for it. Whereas this going to be my line on this. Going forward, barely film fairly thought on that. Let's take a quick break. I will be back with Larry national review, Jill Filipa vich columnist CNN and attorney Dunkin Levin to talk about President Trump's fury at his own attorney general for failing to protect him from his legal messed. You're listening left, right and center. What do you think share your thoughts on today's show? On our Facebook page for tweet us at l. RC KCRW and download the KCRW app to listen to left right and center on demand. I'm Ken white, criminal defense attorney legal commentator and baffled member of the American public trying to figure out the politics of two thousand eighteen. I've teamed up with Josh barrow host of KCRW's left right and center to host a new show. It's l. RC presents all the president's lawyers each week, Josh. Ni- delve into the law White House legal strategy. We talk about Michael avenue Audie stormy Daniels, Michael Cohen, and all your favorite monkeys at this circus get it on apple podcasts or at KCRW dot com. Back again with left right and center..

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Check you can make it doesn't matter And yet they debate this endlessly But imagine if your attorney could take you that, for the purpose of protecting you but for the purpose of having something on you just in case You hire an attorney because you have a business issue, you wanna deal with an employment issue you want to deal with A. Divorce matter you need to deal whatever. It is a custody case You have every reason. To expect your lawyer is not going to tape you Now In twenty sixteen conversation that we're that they're endlessly reporting about Took place in New York it's perfectly legal to record But, not if you're a lawyer I wouldn't be surprised if he. Was disbarred absolutely not said Bennett Gershman a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District attorney's office and an expert on attorney. Misconduct at pace university's law school we have so many different scenarios where it's. Possible that he engaged in misconduct you start piling one episode on top. Of another on top of another, I could see at the very very least a suspension said, Albany law school professor Vincent Bonaventure I don't think they're going to, slap his wrist if any of this is true, he said There's a complex web of potential offenses, with a New York's rules and petitional conduct for. Attorneys that Khan may have committed, experts said Dishonesty is one potential offense experts.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Money These are events that. Took place prior to the campaign and you're dipping into your own resources in order to to make payment. You can make. A payment through. An LLC can make a payment directly can make a with a, check he can make it doesn't matter And yet they. Debate this endlessly But imagine if you're Could take you not for the, purpose of protecting you but for the purpose of having something on. You just in case You hiring attorney because you have a business issue, you want to deal with an employment issue want to deal with A. Divorce matter you need to deal whatever it is a custody case You have. Every reason to expect your Laura's not gonna tape you Now And at twenty sixteen conversation that we're endlessly reporting about Took place in New York it's perfectly legal to record But, not if you're a lawyer I wouldn't be surprised if he. Was disbarred absolutely not said Bennett Gershman a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District attorney's office and an expert on attorney. Misconduct at pace university's law school we have so many different scenarios where it's. Possible that he engaged in misconduct you start piling one episode on top. Of another on top of another, I could see at the very very least a suspension said, Albany law school professor Vincent.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on PD Stories

PD Stories

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on PD Stories

"And the kid gets shot through the head and the bullet went through his head and right through the floor underneath so of course we set up crime scene we start the investigation and remember it's halloween night we went down stairs to the apartment right above right onto his and it was decorated with all these halloween different artifacts they had a spiderweb which was on the door and all the blood was dripping down through the bullet hole that went through his head onto onto the spiderweb and i'll never forget that it was so surreal it was unreal let's talk about the fulton fish market corruption case well after night watch i went to the department investigation department of education handles thirteen mayor religion sees and what they do is they handle anyone that the mayor wants to appoint we do the background investigations any corruption and any city agency except the police department and any company no matter what it is doing business with the thirteen originals so we had a an so and made a complaint that the fulton fish market was dirty organized crime and it didn't come to us yet so after their investigation it went to manhattan district attorney's office the manhattan district attorney's set up a commission that just oversaw the fulton fish market now this is a manhattan not the one presently in the bronx so while this was going on they wanted to form a task force so they had myself and five detectives fbi supervisor and five detectives and the manhattan district attorney's office with seconds and what we did is we set up an undercover operation soldered off we called it stingray express stingray express was.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KCBS All News

"North released americans detain they're one of the biggest proponents of the metoo movement is out of a job new york attorney general eric schneiderman has resigned following a report in the new yorker magazine outlining allegations of assault by a number of women new york governor andrew cuomo praised the courage of the women who came forward they had the courage to make it public they had the courage to take on an attorney general who they believe threaten them not to go public the manhattan district attorney's office says it has opened an invest into the allegations scientists confirmed that volcanic activity from hawaii's kilowatt volcano has paused but authorities are warning that more eruptions are insipid cbs carter evans got a firsthand look at the destruction new video shows the fiery wrath of kill aware bearing down on the neighborhood of leilani estates nothing in the lavas was spare consumed telephone poles trees and holds all destroyed is the once lush landscape now looks more like a blackened moonscape it is primary day in west virginia indiana ohio and north carolina states president trump won in two thousand sixteen stocks were little changed on wall street today the dow rose two points the nasdaq gained one the snp lost a fraction now this to prevent and relieve muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today at select walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com it's too old three at.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not on one weinstein scene he would do it again and that he was used to it part of an exchange that seemed to back up gutierrez's delegations whose you may run despite those words caught on tape the manhattan district attorney's office decided not to prosecute the dis office seen while the recording quote horrifying it wasn't enough to prove a crime had occurred jerry tuchman cnn atlanta i want to get the panel's taken all this and political analyst kirsten powers joins me alone legal analyst and former federal prosecutor lore coats and seen in legal analyst marghera goes criminal defense attorney so work i mean did what do you make of this audio recording did the district attorney think have enough evidence to perhaps bring charges no i you know in you window i've never afraid to secondguess a prosecutor in this case i think they were right the tape is horrifying to most people would they think about it is a layperson but as a practical matter for hitting all of the elements they didn't have enough i think they're explanation today may rang true to me is the uh the police should have gone to them should have had them tell them this is what we need this tape actually to mine is ward devastating if you have a separate case with somebody else this is what they call a levitt a water 401 b or like crimes type evidence this is a good case um to force him to plead this sub thing but it was not a good case to bring is if you're a prosecute.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not on one weinstein scene he would do it again and that he was used to it part of an exchange that seemed to back up gutierrez's delegations whose you may run despite those words caught on tape the manhattan district attorney's office decided not to prosecute the dis office seen while the recording quote horrifying it wasn't enough to prove a crime had occurred jerry tuchman cnn atlanta i want to get the panel's taken all this and political analyst kirsten powers joins me alone legal analyst and former federal prosecutor lore coats and seen in legal analyst marghera goes criminal defense attorney so work i mean did what do you make of this audio recording did the district attorney think have enough evidence to perhaps bring charges no i you know in you window i've never afraid to secondguess a prosecutor in this case i think they were right the tape is horrifying to most people would they think about it is a layperson but as a practical matter for hitting all of the elements they didn't have enough i think they're explanation today may rang true to me is the uh the police should have gone to them should have had them tell them this is what we need this tape actually to mine is ward devastating if you have a separate case with somebody else this is what they call a levitt a water 401 b or like crimes type evidence this is a good case um to force him to plead this sub thing but it was not a good case to bring is if you're a prosecute.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Phil perry now i shout the high fifty three on by this if the house car don't do anything i swear guy coming now the truly pathetic to see the manhattan district attorney's office basically saying that that papers know damn good that talk about a smoking gun this is what they this is the statement the manhattan vas office issued fit when they were asked why didn't you prosecute this guy for at least misdemeanor sexual assault this what they said the nypd without our knowledge your input arranged a controlled call and meeting between the complaint and mr weinstein the seasoned prosecutors in our sex crime unit were not afforded the opportunity before the meeting the council investigators on what was necessary to to capture in order to prove a misdemeanor sex crimes this is their excuse for not doing anything and um the nypd shot back that the recorded conversation with the subject corroborates the acts that were the basis for the victim's complaint that the police this evidence along with other statements in crimeline information was presented to the office of the manhattan district attorney if i'm harvey weinstein and i'm reading that in the new york post today from wherever i am at the roman polanski uh.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"A weekend report tonight that in the middle of these new revelations about the nearly three hundred million dollars in undisclosed personally guaranteed loans the deutsche bank gave to jared kushner right before the election in the midst of these questions that georgia vegas facing about its loans to donald trump in the midst of the potentially massive exposure that deutsche bank has as a bank over there facilitation of russian money laundering to the tune of multiple billions of dollars in the midst of all of that deutsche bank is just made a really interesting new higher we can report tonight that yesterday was the first day on the job at deutsche bank free very accomplished lawyer named richard webber got richard weber from is the irs for the last five years richard webber was the chief of the criminal investigation division at the irs before that he was the chief of the major economic crime bureau in the manhattan district attorney's office before that he was the chief of the asset forefeiture and money laundering section of the criminal division of the united states department of justice why do they need him maybe he's also a good with like mortgages frankly he sounds like the kinda lawyer robert muller has been hiring a lot of lately for the special council investigation but now he's going to this bank uh this bank that is starting to look like it's the bank on the corner at the intersection of all the route to go down if you are an investigator who is following the money in this scandal.

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