Last month, a federal judge ruled that Acosta and other federal prosecutors involved in the case broke the law by failing to inform Epstein’s victims about the plea, in violation of the Crime Victims’ Rights Act. In January, the U.S. Department of Justice announced it was conducting a review of the Epstein case to determine whether there was any prosecutorial misconduct involved in the secret negotiations that led to the pact. … [Read more...] about She was the victim in Jeffrey Epstein’s secret plea deal. She didn’t even know it
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“Large parts of that court record — not just Ms. Giuffre’s allegations — are in the public interest, especially today,’’ Bohrer told the court in his oral arguments on March 6. “Mr. Epstein — for good or bad — is a focus of some things that are really important ... and we feel this is something the public really needs to know about. … [Read more...] about Two mystery parties try to restrict release of documents in Jeffrey Epstein civil suit
“Mr. Dershowitz expressed to me that he believed he was making progress in convincing Mr. Boies that [Giuffre] was mistaken in identifying Mr. Dershowitz with someone with whom she had sex. I told Mr. Dershowitz that I thought he was overly optimistic and reading things into what Mr. Boies was saying and hearing what he wanted to hear,’’ wrote the lawyer, David S. Stone, a senior managing partner of Boies’ firm who previously worked with Dershowitz on the Claus von Bulow attempted murder case, involving a socialite accused of giving his wife an overdose of insulin. … [Read more...] about New Jeffrey Epstein accuser goes public; defamation lawsuit targets Dershowitz
Epstein’s money allows him to build his own secure, staffed, high-tech fortress for house arrest — something other defendants can’t do. His money allows him to virtually guarantee that he will not leave his house and that no potential victims can visit him. By doing that, he is the rare defendant who could pay enough to overcome the presumption against him and provide the assurances possibly warranting his release under the law. … [Read more...] about Is Jeffrey Epstein so rich he’s not a flight risk?
Epstein, who was arrested on July 6, has pleaded not guilty to charges covering allegations of misconduct from at least 2002 to 2005. He had pleaded guilty in 2008 to Florida state prostitution charges and served 13 months in jail, under a federal non-prosecution agreement that is now widely considered too lenient. … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Epstein’s bid for bail suffers apparent setback