For the first time after the alleged rape more than two years ago, Officer Kenneth Moreno and Officer Franklin Mata came face to face with their accuser.
The alleged victim accusing two New York City police officers of sexual assault is expected to take the stand as early as this afternoon.
Two police officers on trial for rape called 911 and pretended to be citizens and reported phony situations that required police attention, prosecutors said Monday.
The boss of a woman who claims she was raped by an NYPD Officer inside her Manhattan apartment while another officer allegedly acted as a lookout took the stand Thursday.
Opening statements began Monday in the trial of two New York City cops charged in the rape of an inebriated woman they escorted home in December 2008.
Before jury selection began Tuesday, the judge in the case dismissed 12 official misconduct charges. The other major charges remain intact.
NYPD Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata, accused of raping a semi-conscious drunk woman in her East Village apartment in 2008, pleaded not guilty to additional charges Monday.
A case involving a woman who claims she was raped by a police officer is in pre-trial hearings.