“Castle” In West Harlem Offers Rehabilitation Post-Incarceration

It’s ironic that many people convicted for felonies and sent to prison don’t get the chance to truly rehabilitate until there are released. But, it’s a fact. And while many aren’t afforded this chance either, one place is working to ensure at least some former prisoners are given a running start when the “touch down” on the other side of the razor wire. Continue reading ““Castle” In West Harlem Offers Rehabilitation Post-Incarceration”

Real Estate Lawyer on Trial for Impersonating NY University Professor

He did it in order to defend his father’s scholarly views, according to the NY Times. A fifty year old defendant and real estate lawyer is on trial, facing charges of identity theft, criminal impersonation, and aggravated harassment. Not your typical identity theft case, these alleged acts weren’t done to gain money, only to intellectually battle the skeptics of his father. Continue reading “Real Estate Lawyer on Trial for Impersonating NY University Professor”