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Illinois: Ex-Harvey official made secret recordings for prosecutors in bribery investigation, unsealed documents show Chicago Tribune

New York: Jurors Deadlocked in Corruption Trial of Former Cuomo Aide The Wall Street Journal 

Ohio: City manager claims corruption, 'rogue element' within Cincinnati PD WLWT5

: Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has room to appeal, but success is uncertain, experts say The Morning Call (CAPI Mention)

South Carolina: Judge refuses to resentence guilty S.C. politician, chides prosecutor for questioning her fairness The Post and Courier 

USA: 2 Navy Officers Plead Guilty in 'Fat Leonard' Bribery Scandal

NBC San Diego 

USA:  Jeff Sessions Has a Huge Conflict of Interest in a Federal Bribery Case—and It Keeps Getting Worse Mother Jones

USA: Kellyanne Conway Violated Federal Ethics Rules, Watchdog Agency Says NPR

USA: ‘It’s almost nasty’: Dems seek crackdown on sleeping in the Capitol Politico

European Union: Golden Visa Programmes in Europe Pose Major Corruption Risk Transparency International 

Israel: In Deal With Police, Former Netanyahu Aide to Hand Over Recordings of Netanyahu and Wife Haaretz

Macedonia: Macedonia corruption commission members resign over spending The Washington Post

Syria: Syrian operation: Lafarge faces probe over Isis payments Financial Times 

CAPI Lunch Event: Meet Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez

Join CAPI and Columbia Law School's Social Justice Initiatives on March 20 for a conversation with Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez. DA Gonzalez is the first Latino District Attorney elected in the state of New York. During his brief tenure so far, he has emerged as a national leader on numerous issues, including:
- creating and leading the most robust Conviction Review Unit in the nation;

- changing the office policy on marijuana offenses so that most low-level offenses are no longer charged;

- working toward bail reform by having ADAs consent to release defendants for most misdemeanor offenses;

- implementing policies to avoid the disproportionate collateral consequence of deportation for undocumented immigrants by charging non-deportation offenses where possible.
When: Tuesday, March 20

Where: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, 435 West 116th Street, Room 104

CAPI's "Perspectives on Public Integrity" speaker series is generously sponsored by Kobre & Kim LLP
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