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Indicted Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Loses Bid to Suppress iPhone Evidence

02 Jun 2020

Carrie H. Cohen, partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Investigations & White Collar Defense Group, was quoted in regarding a ruling made by U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan of the Southern District of New York, denying a bid by Sylvia Ash, the indicted Brooklyn Supreme Court justice, to suppress evidence she produced to the state-chartered credit union whose board she used to chair.

Carrie, who is representing Ash in the criminal obstruction case, said she was “disappointed in the ruling and continues to believe the government obtained evidence in violation of Judge Ash’s rights.”

The article featuring Carrie’s quote was also published in the New York Law Journal.

See the full article.



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