“Prosecutors spent part of Monday walking a key witness through bond issues and questionable financial tactics as they laid a foundation for the corruption case against Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence.
In the afternoon, a defense lawyer got his turn with the witness, an underwriter, as St. Lawrence’s jury trial continued in U.S. District Court in White Plains.
[Day Two] On the stand: Ned Flynn, managing director of Jefferies LLC, which was the underwriter for a $25 million bond for the baseball stadium, is on the stand, and spent the afternoon being cross-examined by defense lawyer Michael Burke. He is the first witness in the case. [Read more…]