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Topic - Arthur Aidala
For prosecutors, the work is just beginning after the astonishing arrest last week of a man who police say confessed to strangling a 6-year-old New York City boy 33 years ago in one of the nation's most bewildering missing-child cases.
Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor admitted in court to paying a 16-year-old runaway for sex as he pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct and patronizing a prostitute.
Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual misconduct and patronizing a prostitute, misdemeanor charges that carry no jail time but require him to register as a sex offender.
There's going to be none of that here, and that's tough," said Arthur Aidala, a former prosecutor who is now a criminal defense lawyer. "You're essentially relying on this guy's own words, and whether he's credible."
Aidala had called that offer unacceptable but said he would listen to any other offers.