I once wrote about a then-homeless nonagenarian war hero. The story got him a rent-free apartment—supposedly forever. But now the landlord is saying uh, we didn’t mean forever.
‘Our first vote on this count’—carrying a likely 20-year sentence—‘was 11-1 to convict.’
An attorney who isn’t afraid to throw a punch still roams the courthouses of the city’s outer boroughs, racking up big wins for bad clients.
She spent years arresting junkies. Then her son became one—and she saw the system from the other side.
The NYPD is getting sued to explain why 1,000 pounds worth of police couldn’t stop a young black man from allegedly pulling a gun, leading an officer to open fire.