Roger Corbin found guilty of bribe receiving

A Nassau jury returns a partial verdict for

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A Nassau jury returns a partial verdict for former county Legis. Roger Corbin, finding him guilty of bribe receiving and official misconduct in a "pay-to-play" scheme involving a redevelopment project in New Cassel. Corbin was found not guilty of defrauding the government, falsifying business records and another count of official misconduct. Jurors continue to deliberate on several other charges against him and two former officials. Videojournalist: Jim Staubitser (July 17, 2012)

Jurors in the New Cassel corruption trial of three public officials returned a partial verdict Tuesday, finding former Nassau Legis. Roger Corbin guilty of bribe receiving and official misconduct.

The jury also found the former head of North Hempstead Town's Community Development Agency, Neville Mullings, guilty of official misconduct.

Corbin was found not guilty of defrauding the...

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