All this week, WCBS 880 is rolling out tidbits from a juicy new book about the biggest take-down in the sordid history of New Jersey politics.
Anthony Clark was a manager in the city’s Neighborhood Services Department. He pleaded guilty to attempted extortion during an appearance in U.S. District Court in Trenton.
The former New Jersey assemblyman snared in the state’s largest corruption sting is headed to prison for 41 months.
Daniel Van Pelt of Ocean Township was due in federal court Friday, nearly five months after a jury convicted him of accepting a bribe and attempted extortion.
The extortion and bribery trial of a northern New Jersey mayor and an associate is entering its fourth day of jury deliberations.
Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez and tax preparer Vincent Tabbachino face bribery and extortion counts. They’re accused of accepting a bribe from a federal informant posing as a corrupt developer.
Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez and Guttenberg tax preparer Vincent Tabbachino each face two extortion counts and one bribery count.
Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez and an associate were accused of accepting money from a federal informant who posed as a corrupt developer seeking help with zoning approvals.
An informant whose secretly recorded videotapes of public officials form the heart of a federal corruption sting faces a potentially lengthy cross-examination Thursday.
Defense attorneys contended neither defendant agreed to do anything illegal and that no bribes were accepted.
Jurors in the federal corruption trial of Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez and an associate were treated Tuesday to videotapes secretly made by a government informant.
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced a defendant in New Jersey’s largest corruption sting to 18 months in prison.