One of the seven men convicted in a notorious subway murder has spent 22 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, his lawyer says.
Thomas Green, 66, of Selden, died of cancer Thursday night at Stony Brook University Medical Center, attorney Ronald Kuby said.
Prosecutors dropped their objections to releasing 66-year-old Thomas Green after a doctor confirmed reports that the man is likely dying of cancer.
The city has agreed to pay 22-year-old Zoe West $15,000.
Wearing an orange jumpsuit and seated with his hands behind his back, Pedro Hernandez was arraigned from his bedside at Bellevue Hospital via teleconference. He did not enter a plea.
Anna Gristina is facing just a single charge of promoting prostitution, but she’s being held on $2 million bail. On Monday, her lawyer offered more than legal advice. He offered his own ritzy home to secure her release.
Protesters’ attorneys with aides to Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance will demand the dismissals, and if the DA balks they’ll occupy the courts by going to trial on each and every case.
A multimillionaire mom, charged with killing her son by giving him a deadly cocktail of pills, is mounting a controversial defense.
Gigi Jordan’s lawyers asked a judge to free her on the terms set for the former International Monetary Fund leader: $6 million in cash bail and bond, and home confinement under electronic monitoring and armed guard.
15 months after a socialite was accused of murdering her 8-year-old autistic son in Manhattan’s Peninsula Hotel, she still has no trial date.