Ruling: Official can be named at fraud trial

George Guldi arrives at Riverhead Criminal Court. (Jan.

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George Guldi arrives at Riverhead Criminal Court. (Jan. 5, 2011) (Credit: James Carbone)

The name of a "high elected official" who is alleged to have received cash payments or campaign contributions in exchange for giving a Stony Brook title company public work can be revealed in an upcoming fraud trial, according to a court ruling issued Thursday.

These allegations are contained in court papers in the upcoming mortgage fraud trial of George Guldi, a former Suffolk County legislator....

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