CITY LAWYERS ON NYPD QUOTAS CASE CAN'T BE TRUSTED TO TURN OVER DAMAGING EVIDENCE, ATTORNEY SAYS

A long-running case over allegations of an NYPD quota system has broken down into an unusually nasty war of words over whether city Law Department attorneys can be trusted. John Scola, who is representing four minority officers claiming they were ordered to arrest black and Hispanic people, says...

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