In the Media: Print


The Giuca Case, and the Prosecutor’s Willful Blindness to the Truth

Original ‘Grid Kid Slayer’ attorney admits he was in dark about witness’ mental illness, crucial lie

A Murder, two moms, and a mess

‘Grid-Kid’ killer’s lawyer slams original prosecutor for ‘questionable’ witness

Lead Prosecutor in ‘Grid Kid’ murder case didn’t disclose she appeared in court on behalf of troubled witness

‘Grid Kid Slayer’ Prosecutor Claims she didn’t know about witness’ psych records

Original Prosecutor Takes Stand in ‘Grid Kid’ killer’s hearing

Lawyers Battle Over Conduct in 2003 Murder Case in Brooklyn

‘Grid Kid’ killer John Giuca’s bid for new trial aided by cop who put him away

Lead NYPD detective in ‘Grid Kid Slayer’ case says he didn’t believe testimony of prosecutor’s key witness

Ex-Con recants trial testimony

I-Team: Key Witness in 2005 ‘Grid Kid Slayer’ Murder Trial Admits Lying on Stand

Witness Recants Testimony in 03 student murder case

Key Witness who helped convict ‘Grid Kid’ murderer emotionally recants

I- Team: Convicted ‘Grid Kid Slayer’ Hopes Prosecutorial Misconduct Allegations Will Send Him Home

So-Called ‘Grid Kid Killer’ Speaks to Childhood Friend Jason Mattera

Convict in football player’s killing: ‘I’m in prison because I had a party’

Judge Orders Hearing on Whether Brooklyn Man Was Wrongfully Convicted in Killing of Fairfield University Student

Brooklyn Man Convicted of 2003 Murder of Fairfield Student Will Get a New Hearing

Man Jailed for killing college football player to get another day in court

Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson Passes On a Chance to Right a Potential Wrongful Conviction

A Step Back for Brooklyn Justice

‘Grid Kid’ Murder convictions under review by Brooklyn DA

Did an Ambitious Prosecutor Convict the Wrong Man for the Killing of Mark Fisher?

Ghetto Mobster or Innocent Man? An NYC murder case falls apart

Waiting for Justice in Brooklyn

Wrongful Convictions: Can Prosecutors Reform Themselves?

Cleaning Up Joe Hynes’ Mess

Mother of John Giuca hopes District Attorney Ken Thompson will review murder conviction

Exclusive: Chris Noth set to play former Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes in new movie

Petition Seeking to Void Brooklyn Murder Conviction calls Verdict a ‘Sham’

Citing Misconduct, Lawyer Seeks Review of Conviction in ’03 Brooklyn Killing

Brooklyn D.A. Charles Hynes Faces Questions About Hiring Reluctant Witness in Murder Case

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