Stories you may have missed this week...

New York City: 3 plead not guilty in NYPD corruption case NYT

South Carolina: Supreme Court justices favor solicitor over AG in corruption case Index-Journal

Utah: Judge weighing whether to dismiss corruption case against former Utah AG Swallow Salt Lake Tribune

New Hampshire: Trial set for ex-NH lawmaker charged with bribery Washington Times

Amsterdam: City officials suspected of corruption NL Times

Mexico: These Mexican states are too corrupt, according to scandal-plagued president Vice News

Hong Kong: Hong Kong loses a corruption watchdog WJS


Specialized Anti-corruption Courts: Philippines U4
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Compensating Corruption: American law on bribery damages Global Anticorruption Blog
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Josh Silver:
Director, Represent.Us

Josh Silver is the director of Represent.Us, a non-profit grassroots organization that advocates for anti-corruption legislation in states and local communities nationwide. Previously, he co-founded and led Free Press, a public interest organization that advocates for media and technology reform.

We talk with Silver about the role of civil society in upholding public integrity, the American Anti-Corruption Act, and recent grassroots successes.

Read our interview here
The NYPD Bribery Scandal
What comes next?
Earlier this week, two former high-ranking NYPD officials pled not guilty to public corruption charges. Deputy Chief Michael Harrington and Deputy Inspector James Grant are accused of taking bribes from a businessman in one of a series of ongoing investigations into cash-for-favors corruption at the NYPD. 

How are their arrests related to the other ongoing corruption probes? Read our expert brief here.
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