NYC Primary: So Many Options For Manhattan District Attorney, And Ranked Choice Voting Doesn't ApplyFrom gun violence to potentially prosecuting former President Donald Trump about financial matters, the person who assumes the position will inherit a number of issues.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office Finally Gets Donald Trump's Tax ReturnsProsecutors obtained the records on Monday, just hours after the U.S. Supreme Court denied Trump's last-ditch effort to keep the records private.
Due To Overwhelming Workload, Manhattan DA Considering Not Prosecuting Certain CasesThere may end up being a startling and some say worrisome consequence of New York's controversial criminal justice reform laws.
NYPD, Manhattan DA’s Office Investigate New Rape Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinHBO actress Paz de la Huerta tells CBS News the Hollywood movie mogul raped her twice at her New York City apartment.
Lawyers: ‘Withheld’ Police Report Could Exonerate Man Convicted In 1998 KillingThe family of a man who has been behind bars for nearly 20 years says he’s innocent and new evidence in the case will finally prove that.
De Blasio Says He Met With Manhattan DA's Office Over Corruption ProbeMayor Bill de Blasio is being questioned by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office in connection with a political corruption investigation.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office Now Houses State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime LabInstead of a typical ribbon cutting ceremony, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance opened the facility by cutting an Ethernet cable.
Metro-North Employees Accused Of Helping Others Cheat On Licensing TestsThirteen current and former Metro-North Railroad employees were indicted Monday, on allegations that they helped others cheat on licensing exams for conductor and engineer positions.
DA: Cliffside Park, N.J. Man Admits To Running Major Drug RingA Cliffside Park, New Jersey man has admitted to being the leader of a major drug trafficking gang that moved large quantities of cocaine throughout Manhattan, the Bronx and New Jersey.
Charges Dropped For N.J. Man Accused Of Punching, Injuring Man In Hell's KitchenCharges were dropped Tuesday fort a man accused of punching another man in the face following an argument in Hell’s Kitchen last summer.
NYC Awards 2 Men Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder $9 MillionNew York City has awarded $9 million to two men who were freed after wrongful convictions.
Pair Accused Of Offering Bogus Leases For Apartments, Bilking Victims Out Of $60,000A man and woman were charged Tuesday with running a scam in which prospective apartment renters were allegedly conned out of some $60,000.
Study Shows Racial Disparity In Handling Of Criminal Cases In ManhattanA study of prosecutions handled by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office has concluded that black and Hispanic defendants are more likely to be held in jail before trial than white and Asian defendants.
Port Authority Exec Has Few Words About Pulaski Skyway Funding ProbePort Authority of New York and New Jersey executive director Pat Foye had little to say Wednesday about a legal probe of the funding deal for the reconstruction of the Pulaski Skyway.
Manhattan DA Probing Pulaski Skyway Financing DealAnother potential legal mess could be coming for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the administration of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.