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Judge Declares Mistrial In Former New York Local Official's Bribery Case
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1 Jun 2018 03:16 AM EST

On Thursday, a judge declared a mistrial in the case of a former New York town official who has been accused of taking bribes. Reuters reported that the mistrial occurred after a jury failed to reach a verdict following nine days of deliberations. Prosecutors charged Edward Mangano and his wife accepting bribes and kickbacks from restaurateur Harendra Singh, in exchange for favorable treatment, including government contracts and loans. Singh was separately charged and pleaded guilty in 2015.


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