NJ Mayor Wants Wiretap Evidence Tossed In Corruption Case

Law360, New York (October 23, 2013, 7:55 PM EDT) -- Trenton, N.J., Mayor Tony Mack on Monday moved to suppress wiretap evidence in his federal corruption case, saying such was improperly obtained and cannot be used to support allegations he accepted bribes to help develop a parking garage on city-owned land.

Mack, along with with co-defendants Joseph A. Giorgianni and Mack’s brother Ralphiel, jointly filed a motion indicating to a New Jersey federal judge that they will argue for the suppression of wiretap evidence against them, which they said was obtained using wiretaps approved based on...
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