Scandal in the Brooklyn D.A.'s Office

According to the New York Post, Overpayment is rampant in the Brooklyn, New York D.A.'s office.

You know, if my clients were involved in a business that had that much "long term financial mismanagement," arrests would be made.

Actually, someone emailed me a tip about this story. I did a simple search to find other sources, and I was amazed at the number of articles and editorials accusing this D.A. of corruption.

And this is really the person they let prosecute people? Amazing.


  1. Just "accusing" them? Tsk, tsk, tsk...

  2. Yes, I tried to stay conservative in my analysis. Otherwise I get these emails that say, "You're a hypocrite. Why, when it's your clients it's 'accuse' and when it's a D.A.'s office they're presumed guilty?"