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Defendants admit to prostitution charges

Two Queens residents pleaded guilty Monday to charges related to a prostitution ring. LiangLiang Guo, 31, and Chengqi Li, 28, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo to conspiracy to use interstate facilities to promote prostitution and to ...

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5LINX case moves closer to trial

The defendants in the 5LINX fraud case are asking for extra peremptory challenges and private questioning of prospective jurors. Attorneys on Tuesday also will argue a motion asking U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman to order the prosecution to provide ...

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Considering options to litigation

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olution options such as mediation or arbitration. “Often when people make the statement, ‘I’m done. I’ll see you in court,’ they never really dig deep into those words and what that means,” said retired state Supreme Court Justice Robert L. Lunn, now a partner at Trevett Cristo PC. “It means a lot of experts, perhaps a lot of time, a lot of testimony, and a lot of emotional capital,” Lunn said during a CLE Thursday called Effective ADR: Getting the most for your clients without resorting to litigation.

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