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February 21, 2018

DA Vance: Neurologist Charged With Rape, Other Charges For Sexually Assaulting Patients Click For More

“As alleged in the indictment, Ricardo Cruciani is charged with violating this trust by exploiting the power imbalance inherent in the doctor-patient relationship and sexually assaulting half a dozen women in his care."

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February 21, 2018

DA Vance, Partners Announce Takedown of Illegal Monopoly That Dominated Towing Industry Citywide Click For More

“As alleged in this case, the defendants worked in concert to maintain a violent monopoly on the city’s towing business, in the kind of industrywide racket that harkens back to an earlier era."

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February 21, 2018

DA Vance Announces Murder Indictment in 1990 Cold Case Homicide Click For More

“The Cold Case Project’s systematic review of dozens of cold case homicides led to the indictment of Pedro Jimenez, who allegedly committed this brutal act of gun violence before spending nearly three decades living in hiding. We are committed to seeking justice for murder victims and their families, no matter how old the crime.”

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February 21, 2018 | NEW YORK TIMES

Prosecutor Says a Ring Tried to Monopolize Towing in New York Click For More

When police officers respond to vehicle collisions in New York City, they often call a tow truck from a rotating list to help clean up.

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February 20, 2018

DA Vance: Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison For 2007 Double-Murder Click For More

“These shootings tragically ended the lives of two young men and terrified residents and neighbors of the East River housing complex. I hope this conviction and sentence bring some closure to the victims’ families and the East Harlem community.”


Manhattan District Attorney's Office
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"Prosecuting turnstile jumpers for these 'theft of service' crimes clogs our criminal court system and unfairly affects low-income Black and Brown New Yorkers, with little or no impact on public safety."

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