A grand jury has returned a second superseding indictment against defense attorney and ex-prosecutor Paul Bergrin, accused of running a crime ring fueled by murder, fraud and other criminal activity, this time adding racketeering charges.
Federal prosecutors announced the indictment Monday, nearly two months after the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated racketeering charges against the Newark lawyer.
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