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She allegedly forged judges' signatures to authorize the wiretapping.
The man was face down and being subdued by other officers. His charges were later dropped.
In keeping with many of the cases presided over by Detective Louis Scarcella, holes in the 20-plus-old case have since been discovered.
The DA says he will comply with the DA-elect's request.
The Conviction Integrity Unit is asking former federal judges and state supreme court jurists to help with the review.
Previously the Brooklyn DA's office said they had "ruled out" reviewing the detective's cases.
A spokesman for DA Charles Hynes said, "We are definitely aware of the increase in gang activity in parks and playgrounds."
A jury acquitted a man of aggravated murder in the killing a
A former prosecutor in the Brooklyn DA's office was admonished by a
Today, the Times, Post and Daily News look at one devoted mother's
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