Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata, acquitted of rape, lost an appeal on a misconduct conviction.
"8 Mile" actress Taryn Manning was charged Friday with assaulting her assistant and longtime pal.
Thomas Hartmann was found guilty of assaulting Sophia Kandelaki after a night of drinking on the UES.
Prosecutors will not pursue two misdemeanor counts of heroin possession against Kenneth Moreno, they said Monday.
Franklin Mata, 29, was allowed to stay out of jail on $35,000 bail on Monday pending his appeal.
Former NYPD officer Kenneth Moreno was sentenced Monday to a year in jail for official misconduct. His lawyers immediately filed an appeal.
Kenneth Moreno was indicted on charges he had heroin in his NYPD locker, but it's unclear whether prosecutors will pursue it.
Lawyers for Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata say they need more time before sentencing due to "legal issues."
Thursday's verdict highlights how an absence of forensic evidence can make or break a criminal case, lawyers said.
The jury found cops Kenneth Moreno, 43, and Franklin Mata, 29, not guilty of rape charges, but both convicted of official misconduct.
After hours of wrangling, jury got to hear portions of what the East Village woman told the court.
Jurors asked to look at evidence regarding police misconduct as their first full day of deliberations began.
Prosecutors said police were capable of lying to their bosses, so they could have lied on the stand about the alleged attack.
Attorney Edward Mandery delivered his closing arguments for Officer Franklin Mata Monday.
Kenneth Moreno, 43, and Franklin Mata, 29, could soon learn their fate as the trial nears an end.
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