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Latest Manhattan Court Items
A lawsuit claims a leak from Marisa Tomei's New York City apartment has damaged the homes of two downstairs neighbors, including director John Waters.
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" actress Tamara Tunie spoke out Tuesday about being a real-life crime victim, saying her former business manager exploited her trust to steal more than $1 million she earned by working doggedly at a peak in her career.
Investors who lost billions of dollars in Bernard Madoff's massive multidecade fraud are not entitled to recover fake profits that were described to them in phony statements, a federal appeals court said Tuesday.
The timing couldn't have been worse for the International Monetary Fund, whose chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was ordered jailed without bail Monday in New York on sexual assault charges.
Federal prosecutors are using aggressive new tactics against online poker companies based abroad — charging the people who provide U.S. banking and financial services to them with multibillion-dollar money laundering and wire fraud conspiracy, and seizing the websites they operate.
A noted tattoo artist and writer accused of trying to send a stash of guns and knives from a New York storage locker to his Los Angeles home has pleaded not guilty to dozens of weapons possession charges.
A TV meteorologist told police she concocted claims of being attacked because she was under personal and professional stress and wanted attention, a court document released Wednesday shows.
Nicholas Brooks, 24, pleaded not guilty in New York on Tuesday to the murder of fashion designer Sylvie Cachay, 33, who grew up in the Washington area and in Peru.
The 1993 killing of a man outside a housing complex was a cold case for years until a suspect appeared on detectives' doorstep last week.