Timeline | Pedro Espada's Long Dance with the Law

Monday, May 07, 2012 - 11:49 AM

Pedro Espada talks to reporters outside the courthouse on Monday. (Bob Hennelly/WNYC)

Former state Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada is currently facing charges that he looted around a half million dollars from the nonprofit Soundview Healthcare Network, but it is far from the first time the politician has had brushes with the law. WNYC created an interactive look back at Espada's fraught history with the rules dating back to 2000.


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