A former associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore is currently a fugitive fleeing rape charges stemming from his alleged involvement with two teenage girls who prosecutors say he paid for sex.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office on Thursday announced its indictment of James P. Colliton, until recently a tax associate at Cravath, on charges of second-degree rape and patronizing a prostitute. Colliton is also facing witness tampering and bribery charges over his alleged attempts to pay the girls not to cooperate with authorities.
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