Mistrial declared for Sen. Malcom Smith, Vincent Tabone in 'Corridor of Corruption' trial

Mistrial declared in 'Corridor of Corruption' cases

A judge says there will be a new trial for Malcolm Smith and Vincent Tabone.

A federal judge has declared a mistrial for two of the three defendants in the "Corridor of Corruption" case.

The mistrial was declared for state Sen. Malcolm Smith and former Queens Republican leader Vincent Tabone. The judge made the decision because the defense needs more time to process several days' worth of surveillance audio turned over by the prosecution last week. Prosecutors say...

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