Judge considers mistrial in 'Corridor of Corruption' case over conversation recordings

The judge has already rejected the defense's request

The judge has already rejected the defense's request to dismiss the case. (Credit: News 12)

The judge in the federal "Corridor of Corruption" trial is considering declaring a mistrial over conversation recordings.

Around 90 hours of recorded conversations were not turned over to the defense before the trial. Twenty-eight hours of the recordings are in Yiddish and will need to be translated. Attorneys for state Sen. Malcolm Smith and former Queens Republican Vice Chair Vincent Tabone...

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