Late-working Manhattan assistant DAs will get an extra $60 if complying with new state law keeps them at office past 9 p.m.
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Manhattan prosecutors are getting a pay bump whenever they’re stuck working late under a new New York law requiring them to hand over evidence to defense lawyers within 15 days of a suspect’s arraignment. Whenever assistant district attorneys work past 9 p.m. preparing cases to meet the law’s requirements,

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