"Addonizio: Newark's Million Dollar Mayor"
Mayor Addonizio and his family before his downfall
This Week on Due Process
Newark politics would never be the same, and neither would unfettered political corruption in New Jersey. Due Process looks back at the game changing trial of Newark's Mafia-linked mayor, Hugh Addonizio with former U.S. District Court Judge Herb Stern, the onetime federal prosecutor who won the case.
It was more than just another criminal trial. The successful case against Hugh Addonizio, Newark's mob-connected mayor, would bring black political power to City Hall - and in a state long known for official corruption, usher in a new era of aggressive prosecution .
Now, 45 years later, we return to this watershed event in New Jersey politics - and organized crime - with Judge Stern and Criminal Defense Attorney Joseph Hayden, a former NJ deputy attorney general.
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Sandy and Raymond
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