Inquiry Finds Violations By Ex-Brooklyn Prosecutor And Judge in Campaign

06/02/2014 08:03 pm ET | Updated Jun 02, 2014
  • The New York Times
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A New York City Department of Investigation inquiry has implicated Charles J. Hynes, the former Brooklyn district attorney, in the improper use of money seized from drug dealers and other criminal defendants to pay a political consultant more than $200,000 for his work on Mr. Hynes’s unsuccessful re-election campaign last year.

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