Robert M. Morgenthau Esq.
- April 2002: Manhattan district attorney. http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/05/national/05PROS.html
Role Name Type Last Updated Supervisor of (past or present) Arthur L. Liman Esq. Person Aug 1, 2006 Supervisor of (past or present) Anne Milgram Esq. Person Aug 26, 2007 Supervisor of (past or present) Gov. Eliot L. Spitzer Esq. Person Jun 11, 2006 Opponent (past or present) Sam Wyly Person Aug 10, 2006
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Aug 01, 2006 Tax Cheats Called Out of Control
QUOTE: So many superrich Americans evade taxes using offshore accounts that law enforcement cannot control the growing misconduct, according to a Senate report that provides the most detailed look ever at high-level tax schemes.
New York Times Jun 11, 2005 Citigroup to Settle With Enron Investors: $2 Billion Payment Covered by Reserves
QUOTE: Despite recent signs of push-back against corporate governance reforms and a few setbacks in business fraud prosecutions, legal experts said the huge settlement underscores that gatekeepers such as investment bankers and auditors will be held accountable for helping clients mislead investors about their financial health.
Washington Post Dec 05, 2002 Prosecutor Seeks Dismissal of Convictions in '89 Jogger Case
QUOTE: For the last 11 months, the Police Department and Mr. Morgenthau's office have conducted a sweeping reinvestigation of the original charges, after a convicted murderer and serial rapist stepped forward to say that he alone had attacked and raped a woman jogger.
New York Times Dec 01, 2002 New Light on Jogger's Rape Calls Evidence Into Question
QUOTE: [In a high profile New York City rape case in 1989]...the confessions have been the subject of high-volume contention, with charges from the defense that the teenagers were coerced or tricked into confessing...
New York Times Aug 06, 2002 Credit Union Says A.T.M. Users Stole Millions After 9/11
QUOTE: Fifteen million dollars was looted from the Municipal Credit Union in New York City by its own members — including city employees, health care professionals and education workers — when a computer failure caused by the collapse of the World Trade Center allowed virtually unlimited access to money in automated teller machines...
New York Times Jun 26, 2002 Enron Criminal Investigation Is Said to Expand to Bankers
QUOTE: Federal prosecutors are investigating whether individual bankers illegally benefited from deals involving Enron-related entities, potentially at the expense of their employers...
New York Times Apr 05, 2002 Abuses by Clergy Become New Focus for Prosecutors
QUOTE: Prosecutors in several regions said they were seeking new ways to interpret laws that could allow them to press criminal charges against abusive priests even when statutes of limitation would seem to block them.
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