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NYPD Looking Into Possible Mario Batali Sex Crimes

By Linda Kenney Baden |

During a recent interview, an unnamed woman accused the celebrity chef of drugging and raping her in 2005. The woman says she recalled joining Mr. Batali for a glass of wine at a Manhattan restaurant that he often frequented. Sometime later, she says she woke up on the floor feeling woozy and violated. She… Read More »

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NYC To Limit Marijuana Prosecutions

By Linda Kenney Baden |

Mayor Bill De Blasio said he wanted the police department to “end unnecessary arrests” related to marijuana possession, and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said his agency would stop prosecuting low-level possession and smoking offenses. What do these changes mean for you? Mr. Vance cited a report which concluded that marijuana possession arrests… Read More »

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Harvey Weinstein Faces Jail Time In New York For Sexual Assault

By Linda Kenney Baden |

The former Hollywood producer declined to testify in front of a Manhattan grand jury. As expected, he was indicted for sex crimes offenses. Initially, it appeared that Mr. Weinstein would talk to the body that is investigating both two sexual assault charges and allegations that Mr. Weinstein gave hush money to other alleged victims…. Read More »

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Former MLB Player Kelly Gruber Faces DUI Charges

By Linda Kenney Baden |

The ex-Toronto Blue Jays All-Star was arrested for Driving Under the Influence in Texas. He made the controversial choice to refuse both the breath test and the field tests. Will that move help him or hurt him? In the early morning hours of April 22, 2018, Mr. Gruber was driving erratically, according to police…. Read More »

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Four Common Search Warrant Exceptions In New York

By Linda Kenney Baden |

Almost all criminal cases which rely on physical evidence, such as drug cases, involve search warrant exceptions. If the arrest was the culmination of a months-long investigation, there may be a search warrant involved. But generally, New York police officers are not going to wait for warrants if they think that people may have… Read More »

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Conor McGregor Lawyers Up Following Imbroglio

By Linda Kenney Baden |

When the UFC fighter appears in a New York court this June to face three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief, his Dublin attorney will be representing him. Graham Kenny, who trains at the same gym as Mr. McGregor, passed the New York State bar exam a number of years ago…. Read More »

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‘NCIS’ May Be More Science Fiction Than Science Fact

By Linda Kenney Baden |

For the most part, the forensic evidence that many criminal prosecutions rely on is nothing but razzle dazzle, according to scientists from the now-disbanded National Commission for Forensic Science. Dr. Arturo Casadevall, the lead study author, flatly stated that “many of the forensic techniques used today to put people in jail have no scientific… Read More »

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Jets’ Wide Receiver Dodges One Bullet, Delays Another One

By Linda Kenney Baden |

The troubled wide receiver’s legal problems became a little less pressing after Florida prosecutors dropped most of the new charges against him and agreed to a six-month continuance in another case. In January 2018, officers pulled over a wide receiver for the Jets for travelling 105mph in a 45mph zone. He was very combative… Read More »

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Several New Yorkers Caught In Multistate Dragnet

By Linda Kenney Baden |

After a two-year investigation, Drug Enforcement Agency officers in Maryland arrested nineteen people who were allegedly part of a drug pipeline running from the Bronx to Baltimore. According to prosecutors, one 42-year-old man sold large quantities of fentanyl and heroin in the Cherry Hill and Brooklyn sections of NYC, south Baltimore, and areas of… Read More »

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Aaron Hernandez Defense Attorney Saw Signs of Possible Brain Damage During Murder Trial

By Linda Kenney Baden |

source: https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/aaron-hernandez-defense-attorney-saw-signs-of-possible-brain-damage-during-murder-trial/ One of the lawyers who helped acquit former NFL player Aaron Hernandez of murder charges said Monday that her late client exhibited symptoms during his trial which might be attributable to the degenerative brain disease CTE. Criminal defense Attorney Linda Kenney Baden made the revelation during a Monday appearance on the Law&Crime… Read More »

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