I cover courts, police, legal issues and general assignment, including investigative reporting. I've worked for The Journal News since February 1984. I've covered government, as well as the 1992 Democratic National Convention in New York City that nominated Bill Clinton.
Friday is the sixth day of trial in St. Lawrence's corruption case, which is taking place in U.S. District Court in White Plains. Jurors at Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence's corruption trial on Friday listened to over an hour of an executive session of the Ramapo Town Board budget workshop in 2014 where the town's auditors discussed finances with local officials.
Thursday is the fifth day of trial in St. Lawrence's corruption case, which is taking place in U.S. District Court in White Plains. Ramapo Councilman Patrick Withers revealed on the stand today that he had audiotaped conversations with Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence and others in town government, saying he did not trust the others and wanted his own statements during discussions of town finances captured accurately.