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Brooklyn Tech Teacher Sexually Victimized 6 Students: Brooklyn DA

Sean Shaynak had already been charged in August with sending a lewd photo to another student. 

Kensington »

Officer Shook Down NYPD Candidate for Sex and Cash, DA Says

An officer was indicted for allegedly asking a candidate for sex in exchange for helping her get hired.

DUMBO »

ReBar Owner to Get Up to 10 Years in Prison for Tax Evasion

Jason Stevens pleaded guilty to tax evasion on Thursday.

DUMBO »

Park Slope Couple is First to Sue Bankrupt ReBar for Ruining Nuptials

Nancy Nienberg says in a lawsuit that in April she paid $34,000 to book the DUMBO venue.

Brownsville »

NYPD Accused of Excessive Force in Arrest That Left Teen a Quadriplegic

Deion Fludd, 17, was paralyzed and later died after an arrest for fare-beating.

Midtown »

Ad Firm Worker With NRA Card Accused of Sending Threatening Package to CEO

Brooklyn resident Joy Noel is suing Interpublic Group, saying it falsely blamed her for the package.

Sheepshead Bay »

Brooklyn Bride Sues Film Crew, Claiming It Botched Her Wedding Video

Monica Nickchemny said she paid $12,750 for a film crew to shoot her wedding, but she got a subpar video.

Coney Island »

Dog Owner Claims Police Shot at Her During Arrest for Walking Without Leash

Elizabeth Villafane says she was holding her dog when an officer shot at them in her apartment hallway.

East Flatbush »

Brooklyn Hospital Told Wrong Patients They Had HIV, Whistle-Blower Says

A lab worker who reported potentially deadly mistakes was threatened and denied a promotion, she said.

Prospect Heights »

Atlantic Yards Builder Sues City in Attempt to Cut 'Tax' Payments

Forest City Ratner has had $761 million in subsidies, but now wants to cut the amount it pays the city.

Williamsburg »

NYPD Cop Hurt by Suspect After Mace Can Malfunctioned Mid-Arrest, Suit Says

Officer Brenderline Blake is suing the city, blaming the NYPD for providing her with a faulty mace can.

Williamsburg »

All Bets Are Off in Brooklyn as DA, Cops Bust Borough's Illegal Gambling

Cops have busted at least 46 gambling dens in Brooklyn in the last year and a half, court records show.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Workers Fired For Reporting Unsafe Conditions, Lawsuit Says

A group of workers claim that the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation fired them in retaliation.

Williamsburg »

Man Wrongfully Convicted in Rabbi's Murder Freed After 23 Years Behind Bars

Prosecutors vacated the wrongful conviction of David Ranta in the 1990 murder of a Williamsburg rabbi.

Williamsburg »

Accused Williamsburg Hit-and-Run Driver Julio Acevedo Pleads Not Guilty

Julio Acevedo faces life in prison in the crash that killed a Hasidic couple and their baby.

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