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August 8, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge in New York threw out money laundering and racketeering charges against John A. "Junior" Gotti, son of the late boss of the Gambino crime family. U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin ruled the government couldn't bring the charges because they violated a 1999 plea agreement in another case.
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August 8, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge in New York threw out money laundering and racketeering charges against John A. "Junior" Gotti, son of the late boss of the Gambino crime family. U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin ruled the government couldn't bring the charges because they violated a 1999 plea agreement in another case.
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NATIONAL
January 4, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal judge in New York City denied bail for the son of the late mob boss John Gotti, saying evidence strongly supported charges that he was a leader of the Gambino crime family. Judge Shira Scheindlin decided to keep John A. "Junior" Gotti in prison until his August trial. Gotti, 40, is charged with engaging in attempted murders and murder conspiracies as part of a racketeering plot.
NATIONAL
March 11, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
For the second time in as many trials, a federal jury could not reach a verdict on racketeering charges against John A. Gotti, the son of the late Gambino crime family boss. A mistrial was declared and the man called "Junior" headed for home on Long Island. "Drained. I am drained, emotionally drained," Gotti said as he inched his way through the throng outside the courthouse in Lower Manhattan. Prosecutors said they intended to try Gotti, 42, a third time, and U.S.
NATIONAL
December 29, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge in New York warned John A. "Junior" Gotti that his lawyer had a conflict of interest, but the son of late mob boss John Gotti said he was happy with his representation in an upcoming racketeering retrial. Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin said lawyer Charles Carnesi might give Gotti biased advice because he also represented a co-defendant. Gotti shrugged off the potential conflict.
NATIONAL
August 9, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
John A. "Junior" Gotti went on trial on kidnapping, extortion and fraud charges, with a prosecutor saying he ordered the 1992 kidnapping of a radio host to silence him for his harsh attacks on the Gotti family. As a bespectacled Gotti, 40, sat emotionless, federal prosecutor Victor Hou accused him of taking over the street leadership of the Gambino crime family during the 1990s after his father, John Gotti, was sentenced to life in prison.
NATIONAL
September 10, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal jury finished its first day of deliberations without a verdict in the trial of John A. "Junior" Gotti, the scion of the Gambino organized crime family charged with plotting a botched attack on a radio show host. Prosecutors allege that Gotti, 41, ordered his crew to give Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels crime-fighting group, a severe beating in 1992 in retaliation for Sliwa's on-air criticisms of his father, late mob boss John Gotti.
NATIONAL
September 29, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
After six years behind bars, the son of late mob boss John Gotti left his prison cell and was driven to his mansion on Long Island's Gold Coast, where he'll remain under house arrest pending a retrial in a racketeering case. John A. "Junior" Gotti, 41, was released from a federal lockup in Manhattan on $7-million bond and then went to his estate in Oyster Bay Cove, said his lawyer, Jeffrey Litchman.
NEWS
October 2, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Alleged mob boss John A. "Junior" Gotti was released from jail on conditions that include $10-million bail, a 24-hour guard and monitored phone calls. As he left the courthouse in White Plains, N.Y., Gotti said he felt great. Gotti, 34, was arrested Jan. 21 on charges of robbery, extortion, loan sharking, gambling and fraud. He could be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
NEWS
October 19, 1999
John A. "Junior" Gotti arrived by taxicab at a federal prison Monday to begin serving nearly 6 1/2 years for bribery, extortion, gambling and fraud. Gotti, the 35-year-old son of convicted Mafia boss John J. Gotti, showed up alone at the Correctional Institution at Ray Brook, near Lake Placid in upstate New York, associate warden Dave Chapman said. Gotti apparently flew to a nearby airport, then took a cab.
NATIONAL
December 29, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge in New York warned John A. "Junior" Gotti that his lawyer had a conflict of interest, but the son of late mob boss John Gotti said he was happy with his representation in an upcoming racketeering retrial. Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin said lawyer Charles Carnesi might give Gotti biased advice because he also represented a co-defendant. Gotti shrugged off the potential conflict.
NATIONAL
September 29, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
After six years behind bars, the son of late mob boss John Gotti left his prison cell and was driven to his mansion on Long Island's Gold Coast, where he'll remain under house arrest pending a retrial in a racketeering case. John A. "Junior" Gotti, 41, was released from a federal lockup in Manhattan on $7-million bond and then went to his estate in Oyster Bay Cove, said his lawyer, Jeffrey Litchman.
NATIONAL
September 10, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal jury finished its first day of deliberations without a verdict in the trial of John A. "Junior" Gotti, the scion of the Gambino organized crime family charged with plotting a botched attack on a radio show host. Prosecutors allege that Gotti, 41, ordered his crew to give Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels crime-fighting group, a severe beating in 1992 in retaliation for Sliwa's on-air criticisms of his father, late mob boss John Gotti.
NATIONAL
August 9, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
John A. "Junior" Gotti went on trial on kidnapping, extortion and fraud charges, with a prosecutor saying he ordered the 1992 kidnapping of a radio host to silence him for his harsh attacks on the Gotti family. As a bespectacled Gotti, 40, sat emotionless, federal prosecutor Victor Hou accused him of taking over the street leadership of the Gambino crime family during the 1990s after his father, John Gotti, was sentenced to life in prison.
NATIONAL
January 4, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal judge in New York City denied bail for the son of the late mob boss John Gotti, saying evidence strongly supported charges that he was a leader of the Gambino crime family. Judge Shira Scheindlin decided to keep John A. "Junior" Gotti in prison until his August trial. Gotti, 40, is charged with engaging in attempted murders and murder conspiracies as part of a racketeering plot.
NEWS
October 19, 1999
John A. "Junior" Gotti arrived by taxicab at a federal prison Monday to begin serving nearly 6 1/2 years for bribery, extortion, gambling and fraud. Gotti, the 35-year-old son of convicted Mafia boss John J. Gotti, showed up alone at the Correctional Institution at Ray Brook, near Lake Placid in upstate New York, associate warden Dave Chapman said. Gotti apparently flew to a nearby airport, then took a cab.
NEWS
July 3, 1999 | From Associated Press
Flabbergasted by the carelessness that helped get his son indicted, John J. Gotti said an insane asylum might better suit "Junior" than prison. Prosecutors filed transcripts of a prison conversation taped in January 1998 that the elder Gotti had with his daughter and his brother. The material was submitted in advance of a sentencing hearing set for next Thursday for John A. "Junior" Gotti, who pleaded guilty in April to racketeering, bribery, extortion, fraud and gambling.
NATIONAL
March 11, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
For the second time in as many trials, a federal jury could not reach a verdict on racketeering charges against John A. Gotti, the son of the late Gambino crime family boss. A mistrial was declared and the man called "Junior" headed for home on Long Island. "Drained. I am drained, emotionally drained," Gotti said as he inched his way through the throng outside the courthouse in Lower Manhattan. Prosecutors said they intended to try Gotti, 42, a third time, and U.S.
NEWS
July 3, 1999 | From Associated Press
Flabbergasted by the carelessness that helped get his son indicted, John J. Gotti said an insane asylum might better suit "Junior" than prison. Prosecutors filed transcripts of a prison conversation taped in January 1998 that the elder Gotti had with his daughter and his brother. The material was submitted in advance of a sentencing hearing set for next Thursday for John A. "Junior" Gotti, who pleaded guilty in April to racketeering, bribery, extortion, fraud and gambling.
NEWS
October 2, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Alleged mob boss John A. "Junior" Gotti was released from jail on conditions that include $10-million bail, a 24-hour guard and monitored phone calls. As he left the courthouse in White Plains, N.Y., Gotti said he felt great. Gotti, 34, was arrested Jan. 21 on charges of robbery, extortion, loan sharking, gambling and fraud. He could be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
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