A Manhattan judge on Thursday vacated the convictions of five men who were found guilty of attacking and raping a jogger in Central Park 13 years ago. In upsetting the convictions, Acting Supreme Court Justice Charles J. Tejada embraced the conclusion by the Manhattan district attorney that the then-28-year-old jogger was the victim of a single serial rapist, rather than a gang of teen-agers on an evening rampage.
Central Park Jogger Convictions Vacated
New York Law Journal
December 20, 2002
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