Federal Prosecutors

Sweep Nets 46 Arrests
NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly four dozen suspects, including the reputed Mafia boss in Philadelphia and an old-school mobster in New York, were arrested on Thursday in a massive case charging them with wanting to break knees and commit other crimes that sound like something from a Martin Scorses…
Two Face Jail Terms
The owner of a Brockton physical therapy clinic and one of her employees have been sentenced for defrauding insurance companies in connection with physical therapy services purportedly provided to patients involved in car accidents.
Federal prosecutors say 39-year-old Walkyrie Massie, and 65-year-old…
Pretraeus Facing Charges
Federal prosecutors are recommending bringing charges against retired General David Petraeus for leaking classified information.
"The New York Times" reports the proposal comes after a Justice Department investigation into an affair Petraeus had with an Army Reserve Officer while he…
Prosecutors Oppose Delay
Federal prosecutors are opposing a request by lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to delay his trial until September.
Jury selection is currently scheduled to begin on Jan. 5. Tsarnaev could face the death penalty if convicted...
Prosecutors Respond
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to reject a bid by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to dismiss charges against him over concerns about an under representation of African-Americans and people over 70 on federal juries in Massachusetts...
Tsarnaev Makes Statements
Prosecutors say an FBI agent overheard Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev making a ``statement to his detriment'' when his sister visited him in prison. 
In a court filing Friday, prosecutors said the FBI agent was in the room with Tsarnaev and one of his sisters when Tsarnaev m…
Death Sought for Tsarnaev
Federal prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for the accused Boston Marathon bomber.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is accused, along with his brother, of setting off bombs that killed three people and injured hundreds more last April...

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