Constitutional Law Criminal Law Litigation

DA Helping Debt Collectors In Latest Round of Government Extortion Letters

This May, I wrote about the Federal Government issuing demand letters to all LIRR employees on disability advising them that the letter presented their final opportunity to come forward if they were faking their disability or else face prosecution. I worried that honest folks on disability might accept their proposal to forego all future benefits […]

General Litigation

The Strangely Public Prosecution of Dominique Strauss-Kahn

I am amazed at the way the NY District Attorney’s Office is handling the case of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund accused of forcing a NYC hotel chambermaid to perform oral sex. Normally, the NY DA’s office has protected alleged victims of sexual crimes with a passion bordering on that […]