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Paul S. Forster, Attorney at Law

Paul Forster has a law practice in Staten Island (NY)
718-667-1948
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Po Box 61240, Staten Island, NY 10306
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  • New York (NY) 1977
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    Richmond: Staten Island
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    Sex Trafficking Prosecution Fails in Case of Pimps Defended by Prostitutes
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    Father, Son Acquitted in NY of Sex Trafficking
    ABC News "The goal of the prosecution was to dismantle a criminal enterprise from top to bottom," he said. "That goal has been achieved with the Georges. ... There is no fairy tale ending for these defendants." Defense attorneys — who called the women working ... more »
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