Attorney looks into possible repercussions in NYPD quota case

Posted at 9:11 AM, Jul 07, 2015
and last updated 2015-07-07 09:13:08-04

Reports were released Monday of documents filled in a Manhattan federal court accusing NYPD brass of issuing 850,000 unnecessary summonses in the last 8 years to meet department quotas, under former commissioner Raymond Kelly. What is even more troubling is that evidence pointing to this corruption has been allegedly destroyed. Text messages and emails released show several higher ups scolding officers for certain numbers not being high enough.

New York trial attorney Eric Subin  discusses more on the case.