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BronxNet: Breaking Down the Issues with Discovery Law in Criminal Cases

Our Principal Vinoo Varghese discussing the problems with discovery law and the lack of transparency in criminal courts.

Florida Vs. William Woodward Potential Results

Criminal Defense Attorney, Vinoo Varghese, shares his perspective of the William Woodward Trial on the Law and Crime Network.

Law & Crime Network Rewind of January 8, 2018 With Vinoo Varghese (Part 1)

Criminal Defense Attorney, Vinoo Varghese, speaks of Ryan Williams, a doctor in Cleveland Clinic who allegedly raped two patients, and the Jason Riley King Murder Trial on Law & Crime Trial Network.

Vinoo Varghese on A&E’s Law & Crime Network Sharing What NOT to Do During a Closing Argument

Watch Vinoo on A&E’s Law & Crime Network discussing what NOT to do during a closing argument.

Ex-aide testifies Christie laughed as Bridgegate was happening. Vinoo weighs in.

The Second Circuit’s rare decision to back a federal court ruling ordering a new trial panned out for a construction company owner who was previously found to have willfully filed false tax returns when a New York federal jury acquitted him on all charges Tuesday.

In a rare move on Friday, the Second Circuit backed a New York federal court’s decision to hand a new trial to a Peruvian immigrant found by a jury to have willfully filed false tax returns over concerns about the testimony of a government witness, among other issues.

Internet entrepreneurs Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss — who once sued former Harvard classmate Mark Zuckerberg claiming they created the social network — helped collar an alleged con artist who used their names to lure star-struck marks to bogus business deals, officials said.

Malcolm A. Smith, at times one of New York’s most powerful political officials as the majority leader and the minority leader of the State Senate, was granted a mistrial on Tuesday by a federal judge in his trial for bribery and wire fraud.

A federal court judge plans to decide Monday if state Sen. Malcolm Smith and two defendants’ political corruption trial will continue.

The 2014 class of New York Law Journal Rising Stars includes 42 attorneys 40 years of age and under from every sector of the bar. Judging from the nominations submitted on their behalf, these lawyers exhibit the first-rate legal skills, keen judgment, creativity and dedication that have made a lasting impression on their colleagues and clients.

Two Brooklyn Law School graduates – Vinoo Varghese ’00, Varghese & Associates, and Benjamin Fischer ’02, Morvillo Abromovitz Grand Iason & Anello – were recently named to The New York Law Journal’s list of 2014 Rising Stars.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is trying to seize the pensions of three former members of the New York City Council and one from Yonkers to force them to repay tens of thousands of dollars that judges ordered them to forfeit after political-corruption convictions.

Any public officials convicted of federal corruption charges could lose their government pension under new policies announced on Tuesday night by the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan.

Defense attorneys said Friday they plan to attack the legal underpinnings of the federal corruption case against a state senator accused of scheming to bribe his way onto New York City’s mayoral ballot and five others.