Along with Neufeld Scheck & Brustin, we recently filed a lawsuit representing Sharrif Wilson’s estate in an action against the City of New York and those responsible for his wrongful arrest, incarceration and death. Read The New York Times coverage of the suit against the City in Sharrif’s case.
The Daily News recently covered of our work uncovering and analyzing the NYPD’s Intoxilyzer records. Read the full story here. Search the archive of Intoxilyzer records from 2008 to 2015 here.
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Procedural Posture: I represent Sharrif Wilson. His co-defendant, Antonio “Tony” Yarbough, is represented by Zachary Margulis-Ohuma and Philip Smallman. We have sought release of our clients who have been incarcerated since June 1992. They were convicted for the triple homicide of Yarbough’s mother, 12 year-old sister, and another 12 year-old girl. The case (No. 7325-92), […]
By Dareh Gregorian / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS A wealthy Manhattan woman says a tanning salon employee she married duped her out of $700,000, telling her he needed the money to pay off gambling debts. In reality, Steven Lalicata’s “gambling debt” was a girlfriend in New Jersey who liked to be showered with jewelry and presents, according […]
By John Marzulli / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Colombo boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli may be getting another shot at beating a murder rap. Gioeli’s sentencing next week on racketeering charges has been postponed indefinitely after federal prosecutors informed Brooklyn Judge Brian Cogan that new information has surfaced implicating someone other than Gioeli in a 1991 murder […]
By Eric Shilling/ loud.com An alleged gang member from Yonkers known as Smurf was indicted Wednesday on murder charges. Federal prosecutors said he shot dead a rival gang member in July 2011. Marquis Jacobs has been in federal custody on drug charges since a December 2011 arrest, but on Wednesday, prosecutors unsealed a new indictment […]
New York Daily News: Manhattan DWI Attorney Sues for Breathalyzer Maintenance Records, Claiming Broken Machines are Put Back in ServiceFebruary 6, 2013
By Barbara Ross Suspecting the NYPD might have blown it on maintaining its 28 Breathalyzer machines, a Manhattan defense lawyer is suing for access to maintenance records. Adam Perlmutter says in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that he has records showing at least one malfunctioning machine was put back into service without being repaired. […]
By Mitchel Maddux, David K. Li and Dan Mangan In a shocking split verdict, Brooklyn federal jurors yesterday acquitted former Colombo crime- family boss Thomas “Tommy Shots” Gioeli of direct involvement in six murders, and Colombo soldier Dino “Little Dino” Saracino of three gangland slayings. Gioeli and Saracino, who were spared life sentences, rejoiced after […]
By Mitchel Maddux May 9, 2012 A Brooklyn jury today cleared two notorious mobsters on all murder charges they faced, in a stunning setback for federal prosecutors. Thomas “Tommy Shots” Gioeli beat the rap on six murder counts while soldier Dino “Little Dino” Saracino was cleared for three rubouts. They were both cleared in connection […]