Nonprofit Accused Of Hiding Evidence In Sham Charges Suit

Law360, New York (February 6, 2013, 5:13 PM EST) -- A former Philadelphia nonprofit employee who accused his former employer and Morgan Lewis Bockius LLP of causing sham criminal charges to be filed against him has denied there was sufficient evidence that he stole from the organization, saying on Sunday that the nonprofit withheld evidence that would have cleared his name.

Manuel Burgos, who first sued the nonprofit Philabundance after he was fired and imprisoned for allegedly stealing gas cards, denied Morgan Lewis' allegations that the criminal charges against Burgos were initially dismissed for a lack...
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