Long Island murder-for-hire
The first case was declared a mistrial on Friday, after her attorney mistakenly signed a document allowing prosecutors to play jurors a tape containing potentially damaging evidence.
A sudden twist came Friday in the shocking case of a Long Island woman accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband. On day two of testimony, the judge declared a mistrial.
Greed, power and money — that’s what prosecutors said motivated a mom to offer a man $20,000 to kill the father of her four kids.