DA Cyrus Vance Announces Independent Review Of Fundraising ApparatusIt looked like it was just another day outside the Manhattan District Attorney's Office on Hogan Place -- except it wasn't.
Protesters Demand Manhattan DA Bring Charges Against Harvey WeinsteinProtesters angered by the lack of prosecution of Harvey Weinstein in a sex assault case from two years ago held a rally Friday outside the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.
‘Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act’ Would Expand State Gun Carry Permits NationwideLocal prosecutors and police are taking aim at a gun bill in the U.S. Congress. They fear if it's passed it will increase danger on the streets.
Vance, O’Neill Announce Breakup Of Interstate Gun Running RingManhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance and NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill held a news conference on Monday, to announce the dismantling of a firearms ring.
Suicide Investigation Leads To Major Cocaine Delivery Service BustDetectives investigating a suicide from a West Street roof found cocaine in the apartment, and a cell phone which led to three men described as major cocaine dealers.
New Yorkers Get Outstanding Warrants Cleared At Manhattan 'Clean Slate' EventThe Legal Aide Society offered its services at the event Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grand Street Settlement on the Lower East Side.
Manhattan DA Hopes To Give Those With Outstanding Warrants A 'Clean Slate'The Manhattan District attorney is holding another "clean slate" day, where people with open warrants for low level offenses get a chance to wipe their records clean.
Manhattan DA Offers New Yorkers Chance To Clear Old WarrantsThe last event in Harlem attracted 700 people, District Attorney Cyrus Vance said.
Manhattan DA Vance: Ending Arrests For Low-Level Offenses Will Free Up Court ResourcesManhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said keeping low-level offenders out will benefit the criminal court system.
D.A. Vance: Summonses Will Replace Arrests For Low Level Offenses In ManhattanDistrict Attorney Cyrus Vance said the changes will only affect Manhattan, but will trim 10,000 cases from the logs of already clogged courts.
Seen At 11: Con Artists Stealing NYC Homes Through 'Dirty Deeds'Con artists are easily stealing homes in New York City through “dirty deeds.”
Judge Declares Mistrial In Case Of Prestigious Law Firm That Went Belly-UpThe government has failed to convict three top executives in the collapse of a prestigious law firm.

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