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March 25, 2019 | WNYC

Fewer Undocumented Immigrant Crime Victims Are Stepping Forward Click For More

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance said he hopes more outreach will convince immigrants his office won't report them to anyone.

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March 13, 2019 | JEZEBEL

This Is What Happens When You Test Old Rape Kits Click For More

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office poured $38 million into a grant that tested a backlog of 55,252 rape kits and has led to 186 arrests and 64 convictions across the country.

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March 13, 2019 | ABC NEWS

Manhattan District Attorney rape kit backlog grants lead to 186 arrests nationwide Click For More

The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has been trying to help other jurisdictions that face their own backlogs, doling out $38 million nationwide over the course of three years to pay for kits to be tested and criminals brought to justice.

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March 13, 2019 | NEW YORK TIMES

Old Rape Kits Finally Got Tested. 64 Attackers Were Convicted. Click For More

The detective said a grant from the Manhattan district attorney’s office had helped the Tucson authorities clear a backlog of untested rape kits, which preserve the DNA evidence left by an attacker.

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March 13, 2019 | ASSOCIATED PRESS

New York, feds join to get 100K rape kits tested around US Click For More

Two years ago, she was told her rape kit had finally been tested, with money from the Manhattan DA’s office, and police were pursuing her case anew.

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March 8, 2019 | NEW YORK TIMES

A Coffee Shop Pioneer Was Murdered. 23 Years Later, His Wife and Her Brother Are Guilty. Click For More

For more than 20 years, the murder of Howard Pilmar, a high-end coffee shop and office supply entrepreneur who was stabbed dozens of times and left in a hallway outside his Manhattan office in 1996, went unsolved.

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