Jurors have been pouring through the 200-count indictment in the case of Dr. Stan Li. The charges include manslaughter, reckless endangerment and Medicaid fraud.
Dr. Zyad Younan says four strippers spiked his drinks with drugs that put him in a semi-conscious state.
Prosecutors in New York say a Tunisian man accused of plotting to organize a U.S.-based terrorism cell is “far more dangerous” than his guilty plea to immigration charges would indicate.
Angel Silva has testified once again that what he sells are holistic rocks and crystals to be worn as pendants. He claims they are works of art and carry spiritual powers.
Saverio Colarusso faces animal cruelty charges of forcing his horse, Blondie, to work for days with a painful leg infection.
Raphael Golb was resentenced on misdemeanor criminal impersonation and forgery charges that the Court of Appeals upheld.
On Feb. 12, Dominick Whilby, 23, allegedly smashed a stolen truck into a city bus at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue, killing bus driver William Pena. Prosecutors said Whilby’s blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit.
Qendrim Dobruna admitted to hacking into the systems of J.P. Morgan Chase, which processed transactions by the American Red Cross.
An upstate man was sentenced to home confinement and mental health counseling on a gun charge Friday, after allegedly threatening former President George W. Bush and his family.
Prosecutor Peter Kougasian focused on the death of one patient, Joseph Hague, who saw Dr. Stan Li for less than a year before he died.
The doctor is charged with manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and criminal sale and possession of narcotics.
A major hospital’s former pharmacy chief stole nearly 200,000 oxycodone pills from the medical center over more than five years and has been charged under a state drug-kingpin law, narcotics prosecutors said Tuesday.
The pop icon reported for jury duty Monday in Manhattan, but her appearance was more of a drop-in photo op for starstruck passersby.
Albert Tarrats, 62, balding with a long, straggly gray beard, clutched a Bible as he was sentenced Monday, WCBS 880’s Irene Cornell reported.
A New York City policeman accused in the apparently random shooting of a man in the suburbs told police after his arrest that he had downed 10 servings of beer and Irish whiskey, according to court papers released Thursday.