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Dissecting the Seabrook corruption trial

Seabrook mistrial as jury hits wall By BRUCE GOLDING Last Updated:1:04 PM, December 10, 2011 Posted:11:44 AM, December 10, 2011 A $177 bagel? A $300,000 payment to his mistress? Some $40,000 in crooked donations? None of it could get a … Continue reading

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Seabrook Skates – NYPost.com Editorial

Seabrook skates Last Updated:3:52 AM, December 10, 2011 Posted:10:50 PM, December 9, 2011 The endlessly fascinating federal corruption trial of Bronx City Councilman Larry Seabrook ended in a mistrial — the second straight embarrassing setback for US Attorney Preet Bharara. … Continue reading

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Jury in Seabrook Trial Says It Is Still Deadlocked

“We the jurors remain deadlocked on all counts,” read the note from the jury in federal corruption trial of City Council Member Larry Seabrook. For the fourth time in as many days, jurors have signaled that they are at an impasse … Continue reading

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Seabrook Jurors Wrap Fourth Day of Deliberations

Seabrook Jurors Wrap Fourth Day of Deliberations – WNYC. On Day 4 of deliberations, WNYC Radio is reporting that jurors in Councilman Larry Seabrook‘s federal corruption trial asked for more transcripts of testimony from a half dozen witnesses — including the … Continue reading

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Does it add up? Seabrook Jury asks for calculator

The Daily News reports that on Day 3 of jury deliberations, the panel of eight women and four men got the calculator and met for more than six hours before retiring for the night without reaching a verdict. The NY … Continue reading

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“Deadlock” Say Seabrook Jurors – NYTimes.com

Seabrook Jurors Say They Cannot Reach a Verdict – NYTimes.com. On this the second full day of jury deliberations, jurors in the trial of CM Larry Seabrook sent a note to Judge Robert Patterson saying they were at an impasse. … Continue reading

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Seabrook jury deliberations continue

Today’s NY Post reports on the latest news coming from the federal corruption trial of CM Larry Seabrook. Read the story below: Jurors at the corruption trial of city Councilman Larry Seabrook spent nearly all of yesterday considering the first … Continue reading

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Jurors in Seabrook Corruption Trial Face First Full Day of Deliberations – WNYC

Jurors in Seabrook Corruption Trial Face First Full Day of Deliberations – WNYC. Jurors in the federal corruption trial of Councilman Larry Seabrook requested to review nearly a dozen exhibits during the first full day of deliberations at federal court … Continue reading

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Prosecutors say girlfriend of accused City Councilman Larry Seabrook gave dubious testimony   – NY Daily News

Thursday roundup of news related to the corruption trial of City Councilman Larry Seabrook. On Wednesday, prosecutors challenged the testimony of their key witness, Gloria Jones-Grant, who was given a grant of immunity. On Wednesday, Prosecutors laid out the alleged … Continue reading

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Closing arguments conclude in trial of city Councilman Seabrook

Today’s roundup of news from the final day of arguments, summations and rebuttals in the federal corruption trial of City Councilman Larry Seabrook. Jury deliberations began yesterday afternoon and lasted an hour before jurors were sent home. Deliberations resume Friday … Continue reading

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