Law & Order
John Liu’s former campaign treasurer, Jia “Jenny” Hou, is appealing her conviction.
Ms. Hou, who was just 25 years old when she was arrested on fraud charges last year, was sentenced earlier this month to 10 months in prison for her participation in a straw donor scheme on behalf of Mr. Liu’s mayoral campaign.
P.G. Wodehouse once described a woman as having a laugh that could open an oyster at 60 paces. If Jane, a new restaurant on Houston Street just north of Soho, served oysters, they would jump clear out of their shells. When you walk in, the noise hits you like a tidal wave. Just two months Read More
Federal prosecutors are heading back to school, and they owe it all to Kenneth Starr. After the flurry of complaints last fall about prosecutorial overzealousness, pursuant to Mr. Starr’s pursuit of one William Jefferson Clinton, Congress voted into law an amendment that binds all Federal prosecutors to the ethics rules in the state in which Read More