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Jeanne M. Corea, Attorney at Law

Jeanne Corea has a law practice in Mineola (NY)
516-741-3720
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250 Mineola Blvd Fl 2nd, Mineola, NY 11501
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  • Connecticut (CT) 1996
  • New York (NY) 1997
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    English
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    New York

    Nassau: Mineola
    Legal News
    Father, son acquitted in NY of sex trafficking
    Wall Street Journal They said they were one big happy family, enjoying a suburban life as "wife-in-laws" in Allentown, Pa., while commuting to New York by night. Prosecutors say the women were too traumatized to admit they've been abused. The prosecution played hours of ... more »
    New York to vote on bill increasing penalties for human trafficking
    The Guardian New York was the first state to pass the Safe Harbour law, a 2008 statute that sought to protect sexually exploited children from prosecution by diverting them to family courts. But criminal law still allows anyone 16 or over to be prosecuted in a ... more »
    Possible Human Remains Unearthed at Former Home of "Goodfellas" Mobster
    NBC New York Law enforcement officials told NBC 4 New York Wednesday that the potential bones were found buried in the ground, along with other evidence now being sent for testing. Jimmy Burke, the late Lucchese family crime associate, allegedly masterminded a ... more »
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